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The document is a fact book describing important existing pilots and best practice approaches along the SoNorA corridor in facts and text for the topics
intermodal, rail, inland waterway, short sea shipping, harbours and inland terminals. Furthermore lessons learned from the best practices and a roadmap for successful implementation of ICT, infrastructure and operation projects is presented.

Project:SoNorA - SOuth-NORth Axis
Countries:Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, United Kingdom, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Date:July 2010
Tag(s):Accessibility, ICT, Interconnectivity, Multimodal transport, Port, Rail, Road, TEN-T, Transport infrastructure

The topics of the 2nd SoNorA University Think Tank conference are:

• Infrastructure between the Adriatic and the Baltic Sea
• Transeuropean Networks of Transport in Central Europe
• Simulation and modelling, forecasting and infrastructure

The papers are dealing with the opportunities and challenges of an improvement of the south-northwards oriented infrastructure in the area between the Adriatic and the Baltic Sea. The possibilities of a realisation of specific railway sections are discussed as well as the role of the European instrument of Transeuropean networks on the development of transport
infrastructure in Central Europe. Furthermore, aspects of the harbour-hinterland connection of ports, the inclusion of certain regions in the south-north network as well as the freight transport demand are analysed by the authors.

Project:SoNorA - SOuth-NORth Axis
Countries:Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia
Date:June 2009
Tag(s):Accessibility, Port, Rail, TEN-T, Transport, Transport infrastructure

The topics of the 4th SoNorA University Think Tank conference are:
- Infrastructure and regional development
- Infrastructure, transport and trade
- Infrastructure and society

The papers are dealing with knowledge potentials of improved societal and knowledge linkages, system dynamics in transportation as well as the strengthening of Mediterranean ports. Furthermore the relative importance of transport infrastructure investments and its spatial impacts and effects are described and discussed.

Project:SoNorA - SOuth-NORth Axis
Countries:Germany, Hungary, Slovenia
Date:February 2010
Tag(s):Accessibility, Port, Rail, Regional development, TEN-T

In the present study are determined basic parameters required for evaluating the significance of the CCT Villach Süd.

Project:SoNorA - SOuth-NORth Axis
Countries:Austria
Tag(s):Accessibility, Airport, Interconnectivity, Multimodal transport, Port, Rail, Road, TEN-T, Transport, Transport infrastructure

The goal of this report is to present the results of Pre-investment case study aimed on the activation of intermodal logistic centre in Brno – Horní Heršpice – an already existing intermodal terminal which is now used only as a depot of containers and rail freight wagons.

Project:SoNorA - SOuth-NORth Axis
Countries:Czech Republic
Tag(s):Accessibility, Interconnectivity, Logistics, Multimodal transport, Rail, Road, TEN-T, Transport, Transport infrastructure, Waterway

The proposal for the TEN-T Guidelines describes a dual layer approach, consisting of a core network and a comprehensive network, whereby the core network is to reflect the strategically most important parts of the TEN-T network, and with some minor exceptions, will be the only part of the network eligible for EU cofinancing.

Project:FLAVIA - Freight and Logistics Advancement in Central Europe - Validation of processes, Improvements, Application of co-operation
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia
Tag(s):Accessibility, TEN-T, Transport

BATCo transport model examines the effects of specific measures to facilitate so-called green transport alternatives such as rail along the BATCo axis. The measures, defined within the framework of the BATCo project, were incorporated into several scenarios aimed at promoting this target along the Baltic Adriatic Corridor.

The TRANS-TOOLS, an European transport network model, covering 37.000 links (road, rail), 32.000 nodes (road, rail) and 1.441 traffic zones (in 42 countries in Europe) was used in order to develop BATCo model.

Project:BATCo - Baltic-Adriatic Transport Cooperation
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Accessibility, Green transport , Road, Rail, TEN-T, Transport policy, Transport

As a result of the cooperation between nine RAILHUC project regions, a number of measures for direct improvement on local level were developed. Such measures are aimed at better interconnectivity in central Europe and integration of rail hubs into the TEN-T system. The report describes the stakeholder involvement processes and lists the agreements achieved on regional level.

Project:RAILHUC - Railway Hub Cities and TEN-T network
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Rail, TEN-T, Transport

Rail hubs and nodes analysed in the RAILHUC report are: Reggio Emilia, Brno, Havlíčkův Brod & Jihlava, Erfurt / Dresden / Halle / Leipzig, Győr, Venice, Bratislava & Žilina, Ljubljana. Involved project partners quantified infrastructure investments needed and fixed a set of indicators suitable to assess their benefits.

Project:RAILHUC - Railway Hub Cities and TEN-T network
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Rail, TEN-T, Transport