Scandria - The Scandinavian-Adriatic Corridor for Innovation and Growth

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Welcome to Scandria

The Scandria corridor connects capitals and metropolitan regions along the shortest way from Scandinavia to the Adriatic Sea.

Scandria is a cooperation of 19 partners from Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Norway willing to assume a future role in developing a green and innovative transport corridor. Scandria fosters co-modality, rail transport and environmentally friendly solutions in road transport. Read more.

Recent & Upcoming [Open Calendar]

Scandria action programme issued!

The Action Programme on the Development of the SCANDRIA Corridor has been published just lately.

The Action Programme defines visons and actions for the Scandria-Corridor until 2030 and draws the idea of a Scandria Alliance, the fact sheet about economic development provides interesting facts about growth potentials of the corridor regions.                   

Action Programme                                       

                                        Documentation of the Scandria Final Conference

From the 11th to 13th June 2012 in Berlin - Rostock - Gedser - Copenhagen - Malmö

It was an ambitious undertaking and a unique experience: 40 participants of the Scandria Flying Conference traveled in three days from Berlin via Rostock-Gedser to Copenhagen and finally Malmoe. The participants discussed along the way and at regional events with stakeholders from policy, business, science and administration. In total, the conference reached about 150 stakeholders.

Conference Documentation

Picture Gallery

Flyer of the Final Conference  

Scandria corridor as showcase in new Baltic Sea Region project

The Scandria corridor will be a model case for developing multilevel governance approaches on the transport sector in the Baltic Sea Region.

The Joint Spatial Planning Department Berlin-Brandenburg intends to further develop the Scandria corridor as contribution to the project TransGovernance, appoved in summer 2012. This enables the continuation of successful work about forming a Scandria Alliance until 2014.

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Strategically Important Initiatives

Joint Spatial Planning Department Berlin-Brandenburg:
Promoting the Scandinavian-Adriatic Corridor

The North-South Initiative      
 Scandria Logo Scandria's Logistics Portal   

EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region: Priority Area 11

Scandria contributes to the flagship project completing the agreed priority transport infrastructures by developing a multimodal transport axis from Scandinavia to the Adriatic Sea. It is also contributing to cooperation for smarter transport.

Latest News

  • Scandria®-Corridor at Green Corridor Demo Day in Malmö

    2012-12-17. The Scandria®-Corridor was presented during the Green Corridor Demo Day 2012 at 12 December in Malmö.

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  • Multilevel governance in the Scandria Corridor

    2012-11-29. During the next two years, the Joint Spatial Planning Department will develop instruments to actively involve stakeholders from the various policy levels and across sectors into the Scandria Corridor Development.

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  • SCANDRIA and the ILOTECH project mentioned in German press

    2012-11-28. An article about innovative handling technologies to shift cargo from road to rail has been published lately in the journal "Schiffahrt und Technik".

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  • New high-speed track from Berlin to Southern Germany

    2012-11-14. As preliminary building works finished at the first section of the new high-speed track Berlin-Nuremberg-Munich, travel time from Berlin to the South will be reduced significantly.

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