The event gathered about 40 representatives from national, regional and local levels from the Baltic Sea Region countries, as well as private transport service providers, research facilities and cluster organisations.
The objectives of the seminar were threefold:
- to review and validate the interim outcomes in the selected local/regional pilot cases of the TENTacle project;
- to reflect on the relevance of experiences from the TENTacle project for the core network corridor implementation in the Baltic Sea Region;
- to give recommendations to further project implementation stages.
During the seminar, the project partnership received feedback on how:
- to prepare and deploy effective adaptation strategies to large corridor infrastructure projects;
- to boost the logistics in TEN-T core network corridors;
- to empower the corridor catchment areas and more remote territories.
Feedback from participants will be used to design an impact analysis of the TEN-T core network corridors (TENTacle WP5) which will show wider economic benefits of the corridors in the Baltic Sea area and their multi-level governance consequences.
The next stakeholder event will take place in spring 2018 to feature the outcomes of further TENTacle pilot cases.
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