Identification of attractive multimodal logistics Location and elaboration of profiles for development
Background of the pilot action
The Orient/East-Med TEN-T corridor connects Central and South-East Europe. Crucial bottlenecks of emerging relevance are the Dresden – Prague and the Prague – Brno sections in the Czech Republic and the Bratislava node in Slovakia. Expected increase in freight transport will enhance the development of other economic activities, including the logistics and settlement structure.
Description of the pilot Action
The main objective of the pilot action is to set the spatial planning framework for the development of attractive multimodal logistics locations in the South Moravian Region and in the South-West Slovakia Region. The approach will be based on a GIS-based assessment of regional accessibility in the Centrope area according to different modes of transport and the analysis of scenarios of transport development until 2050. An overview of freight transport passing through the South Moravian Region will be done by means of a survey. During the implementation representatives of ministries, regional bodies, railway and port authorities will be involved.
- Overview of freight transport passing through the South Moravian Region
- Scenarios of the development of the freight transport crossing the South Moravian Region and South-West Slovakia Region until 2050
- Mapping of cross-border accessibility in the Centrope area until 2050
- Attractive multimodal logistics locations with tailored profiles for development in the South Moravian Region and in the South-West Slovakia Region
Multimodal freight transport pilot actions complementing OEM corridor development
Investigating attractive multimodal logistics locations
South-West Slovakia Region
South Moravian Region
IPP Institute of Spatial Planning
Period of implementation
07/2019 - 06/2021