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BSR-Access

Fostering transport interoperabilitiy in the Baltic Sea Region 

Lead Partner:

Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council

Contact:

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Duration:

October 2018 – September 2021

Partnership:

6 partners from Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Germany

Volume:

1.0 million EUR including a total ERDF-co-financing of 750,000 EUR

Funding source:

INTERREG Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014-2020



The Project Platform BSR Access combines competences and geographies of the involved projects (e.g. NSB CoRE, TENTacle, Scandria2Act) into one cooperation platform dealing with transport interoperability and regional development. Furthermore BSR Access supports the European Coordinators and the EUSBSR Priority Area Transport Coordinators and Horizontal Action Coordinator in their efforts to achieve innovative and sustainable services for transport and mobility along the corridors. Therefore the Project Platform focus on three dimensions:

  • Create synergies between the involved projects by collecting, benchmarking and spreading their good practice in transport interoperability;  

  • Break a silo-thinking in corridor planning by bringing together public and market stakeholders from various competence sectors and governance levels - to capitalise on the good practise accumulated by the projects and agree on transferable solutions;

  • Streamline political debate on durable policy and action proposals in interoperability bases on the outcomes of cross-sectoral, multi-level and transnational stakeholder dialogue;


The partner structure possesses competences and expertise in the field of transnational transport development within the Baltic Sea Region from various regional authorithies out of Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Germany. For this reason the Project Platform focuses on specific topics identified in the EU coordinators' Issues Papers which are missing or inadequately addressed.

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FACTS &

FIGURES

BALTIC SEA REGION PROGRAMME 2014-2020
  • EU Funds: 263.8 million Euro

  • Participating states: Denmark, Belarus, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Russia, Sweden

 

PRIORITIES
  • Capacity for innovation

  • Efficient management of natural resources

  • Sustainable transport

  • Support to the stakeholders of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region