In their joint position paper, the Scandria®Alliance members welcome the Commission’s proposal and suggest amendments that could further improve the effectiveness and accuracy of the regulation.
On the occasion of the European Year of Rail 2021, the founding members of the Scandria®Alliance underline the importance of cross-border rail transport to their cities and regions and formulate joint objectives.
Our factsheet spells out key messages on what needs to be one to accelerate the transition towards climate-neutral mobility. It is based on an analysis of current developments in markets, infrastructure and incentives for clean fuel vehicles in the northern Scandria®Corridor.
The InterGreen-Nodes project aims to improve coordination among freight transport stakeholders by facilitating the alignment between regional interests and EU recommendations on freight transport and regional development.
The BSR Access platform project facilitates innovative and sustainable transport by creating linkages between traditional infrastructure nodes and smart transport solutions to further develop the TEN-T Core Network Corridors and contributes to sustainable growth in the Baltic Sea Region.
The Scandria®Alliance organises high-level dialogues with stakeholders
from all levels as well as expert knowledge exchange.
Cross-border freight conference, 6 Dec 2022
Our member Eastern Norway County Network organised a high-level conference on cross-border freight transport in Oslo on 6 December 2022. The conference put the spotlight on the dynamic field of tension between growth and sustainability: Can efficient and climate-friendly freight transport contribute to the establishment of green industry, increased exports and value creation?
The political leaders of the Scandria®Alliance participated in a high-level conference on cross-border freight transport in Oslo on 6 December 2022. They highlighted the importance of continued cross-border and transnational cooperation of cities and regions for achieving a green transition in the transport sector and contributing to green growth along European transport corridors.
#EURegionsWeek, 11 October 2022
Scandria®Alliance member cities and regions are hosting a workshop on urban nodes and their role for regional development and urban-rural partnerships during this year’s European Week of Regions and Cities.
The workshop entitled “Urban nodes – accelerators of sustainable and balanced regional development?” took place online on 11 October 2022 from 11:30 and 13:00 CEST.
Scandria Alliance General Assembly, 7 Oct 2022
During its meeting in Potsdam on 7 October 2022, the General Assembly of the Scandria Alliance agreed to put a new focus on urban nodes and elected new vice chairpersons.
The General Assembly of the Scandria®Alliance was attended by representatives from politics and administration of the member cities and regions as well as the associated members of the network, for example universities, logistics initiatives and cluster organisations.
InnoTrans 2022, 20–23 September 2022
From 20 to 23 September 2022, the leading international trade fair for transport technology, InnoTrans, will take place in Berlin.
Our associated member TH Wildau will present the Scandria Alliance in the Berlin-Brandenburg Pavilion.
Connecting Europe Days, 28-30 June 2022
From 28 – 30 June 2022, Europe’s mobility flagship event, the Connecting Europe Days, took place in Lyon, France. The event brought together politicians, industry representatives and the European Commission to discuss transport and mobility, and their role in achieving the ambitious goals set out in the EU Green Deal and the Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy.
The Scandria®Alliance actively contributed to the event. Among other things, the Secretariat hosted an exhibition stand, gave an input to the ScanMed meeting and organised a meeting with Pat Cox, the European Coordinator of the Scandinavian-Mediterranean Core Network Corridor