The thematic scope of the Scandria®Alliance’s cross-border and transnational cooperation includes all issues related to climate-smart multimodal transport connectivity at the interface to sustainable regional development.


Updated map of the European Transport Corridors
Scandria®Alliance position paper on revised TEN-T guidelines

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.

Vision for rail transport in the Northern Scandria®Corridor

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.

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Key messages on clean fuel deployment

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.


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InterGreen-Nodes: Green, Intermodal Last Mile Freight Transport in Urban Areas of Central Europe

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.

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BSR Access: Clean, efficient and multimodal transport corridors in the Baltic Sea Region

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.


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The Scandria®Alliance organises high-level dialogues with stakeholders
from all levels as well as expert knowledge exchange.

Scandria Alliance General Assembly, 6–7 November 2023

The 2023 General Assembly of the Scandria Alliance in Helsinki will put a spotlight on the future of transport in light of the new geopolitical context.

Discussions will focus on how vulnerable the supply chains are in the Baltic Sea Region and wider Europe and how the regions and cities can contribute, together with EU support, to the transition towards greener and more resilient transport.

The conference “Adapting to a changing geopolitical landscape: the future of transport in the Baltic Sea Region and wider Europe” will take place in Helsinki, Finland, on 6-7 November 2023. It will be hosted by the Regional Council of Helsinki-Uusimaa, in cooperation with the Scandria Alliance and the CPMR Baltic Sea Commission Transport Working Group.


#EURegionsWeek, 11 October 2023

Scandria Alliance members Berlin and Viken county are partners of the workshop “Night trains – for better connections between cities and regions“ during this year’s European Week of Regions and Cities.

The event will take place in Brussels on 11 October 2023, 11:30–12:30 and is organised by Berlin’s Senate Department for Mobility, Transport, Climate Action and Environment.


Scandria Alliance clean fuels seminar, 30 August 2023

On 30 August 2023, the members of the clean fuels task force of the Scandria®Alliance were invited by our associate member Logistics Initiative Hamburg to participate in a seminar regarding the transition to clean fuels in freight transport.

The seminar offered experiences from different projects within the Scandria®Corridor and an expert view on the future clean fuels deployment.


Round table "Working together for resilient and green transport corridors", 24 May 2023

Enhanced cooperation, reinforced cross-border connections and the ScanMed Corridor’s strategic importance were in the focus of our Brussels round table on 24 May 2023.

The event brought together highh-level speakers and pannelists from the European and regional level discussed how enhanced cooperation of cities and regions can contribute to tackle these challenges.