Regional Workshop on Accessibility Needs Along and Beyond the North Sea-Baltic Corridor 08/02/2018 Kaunas
VASAB Secretariat is pleased to invite you to the regional workshop on accessibility needs along the North Sea-Baltic TEN-T corridor in the Baltic States and Poland that will take place on February 8, 2018, in Kaunas, Lithuania. The 5th regional workshop will place a special emphasis on accessibility needs along the NSB CoRe corridor in the Baltic States and Poland that can be addressed by spatial planning.
The workshop is organized with the aim to elaborate a joint spatial vision on regional development, logistics and mobility of the North Sea-Baltic corridor. A spatial vision is being developed as a part of the NSB CoRe project financed by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region programme. Project’s mission is to enhance regional development in the Baltic Sea Region by improving the internal and external accessibility of the region along the North Sea-Baltic TEN-T corridor. For the first time, a spatial vision is being elaborated for a European Transport Network, as well as the approaches to synergize effects of common spatial and transport planning are looked for.
Workshop “Accessibility Needs Along and Beyond the North Sea-Baltic Corridor” will take place on Thursday, February 8, 11:00-15:00 in the premises of Kaunas Railway Station, M.K.Ciurlionio Str. 16. Local, regional and national authorities on spatial and transport planning are invited to join a discussion, have an input in shaping the contents of the spatial vision, share their expertise and deepened knowledge about North Sea-Baltic corridor in the Baltic States and Poland.
More about the NSB CoRe project: www.nsbcore.eu
If You have any further questions, please contact Liene Stikane, Spatial planner, firstname.lastname@example.org.
VASAB Secretariat is elaborating the vision as part of the NSB CoRe (North Sea-Baltic Connector of the Regions) project Work package 4 “Spatial planning for NSB CoRe Network Development” that is co-financed by the ERDF and made possible by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region programme.