December was a busy month for Trans Tritia project. The representatives were invited to the Szczecin and Swinoujscie Seaports Authority to discuss the crucial aspects of inland waterways in Poland... but not only!
Trans Tritia project representatives were present during the 6th Baltic-Adriatic Transport Corridor Forum. During the second day of the forum, the main focus was on the topic of cross-border cooperation, significant for the Baltic-Adriatic Corridor in the context of the Trans Tritia project.
TRITIA is a ‘European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation’ in which three regions of Poland, Slovakia and Czech Republic cooperate. Important roads and corridors cross its territory and with the TRANS TRITIA project the EGTC and other partners want to make transport networks, multi-modal logistic centres, and environmentally-friendly freight transport in their border territory more effective. To this end, the project will improve information, planning and coordination among regional authorities, administrators and freight transport stakeholders.
Multi-aspect screening analyses and forecast analyses of multimodal transport systems and logistic centres in area will be carried out. In addition, forecasts and recommendations will be drafted. Specific focus will be on the analysis and forecast of the intermodal water corridor ODRA as an important transport way that connects the TRITIA area to the TEN-T network. A new method for setting up economic and environmentally- friendly freight transport in the TRITIA border areas will be developed. This digital interactive platform will provide various scenarios for freight transport in the area with forecast to up to year 2030.
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