3rd Regional Workshop on improved accessibility along the North Sea- Baltic Corridor held in Riga 09.05.2017
The 3rd Regional Workshop of the NSB CoRe project on improved accessibility along the North Sea-Baltic Corridor took place in Riga on April 4, 2017. Local, regional and national authorities on spatial and transport planning were invited to join the discussion, and contribute towards identification of strengths, opportunities, main obstacles and risks, which should be addressed during elaboration of the joint spatial vision of the NSB CoRe corridor. The spatial vision is being developed by VASAB secretariat and will be one of the outputs of the NSB CoRe project.
Transport experts and spatial planners of the Baltic Sea Region meet in Riga 12.04.2017
VASAB secretariat had the honour to host in Riga the 3rd NSB CoRe project partner meeting back-to-back with the 3rd Regional Workshop on improved accessibility along the North Sea-Baltic corridor, which took place on April 4-5, 2017. Since the project aims to improve the sustainable accessibility of the Eastern Baltic Sea Region to freight and passenger transport, the venue of the meeting provided a great opportunity to focus on the Rail Baltica project, which plays an essential role in the development of North Sea-Baltic corridor.
Invitation: 3rd Regional Workshop on Improved Accessibility along North Sea-Baltic Corridor in Riga, Latvia 03.03.2017
VASAB Secretariat as one of the project`s “North Sea-Baltic Connector of Regions” (NSB CoRe) project partner is pleased to invite You to join the Regional Workshop on Improved Accessibility along North Sea-Baltic Corridor in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Workshop is organized as part of elaborating a joint spatial vision on regional development, logistics and mobility of the North Sea-Baltic corridor (one of the outputs of NSB CoRe project).
Second Regional Workshop on Better Connectivity with North Sea-Baltic Corridor 13.02.2017
The 2nd regional workshop on Better Connectivity with North Sea-Baltic Corridor took place in Helsinki on January 18. This time the focus was on improvement of accessibility and opportunities in the northern part of NSB CoRe corridor (Sweden, Finland and Northern Estonia). Workshop is part of the elaboration process of joint transnational spatial vision on regional development, logistics and mobility of NSB CoRe corridor (the Vision).
INTERMODAL SURVEY / North Sea Baltic Corridor 17.01.2017
The topic of the Survey are the logistics requirements of Logistics Service Providers and their commitment to intermodal supply chains on the North Sea Baltic corridor. The target of this Survey is to receive relevant experts’ views on factors and trends influencing the freight transport in NSB Core area. It supports the relevant stakeholders (e.g. authorities) in developing the intermodal transport solutions within North Sea Baltic Corridor – detailed route of the corridor is shown on the map.
Invitation: 2nd Regional Workshop on Better Connectivity with North Sea – Baltic Corridor in Helsinki, Finland 13.12.2016
As part of the NSB CoRe (North Sea – Baltic Connector of Regions) Interreg project a transnational spatial vision on regional development, logistics and mobility is being elaborated. Multiple regional workshops are organized across the corridor to discuss possibilities to improve connectivity with North Sea – Baltic TEN-T Core Network Corridor and represent perspectives of national, regional and local authorities in the project area in the spatial vision. First regional workshop for Swedish, Finnish and Estonian stakeholders (Northern thematic area) will take place on January 18, 2017 in Helsinki.
First regional workshop on TEN-T North Sea-Baltic Corridor Improvements 04.10.2016
As part of the second NSB CoRe partner meeting in Poznan, project partners and experts from Poland and Germany took part in the first out of six regional workshops on TEN-T North Sea Baltic Corridor Improvements that was organized by VASAB Secretariat. Workshop was organized as part of Work Package 4 “Spatial Planning for NSB CoRe Network Development”. Results will be used for elaborating joint transnational spatial vision on regional development, logistics and mobility.