Project - Green Corridor in the North Sea Region

Description


Description: GreCOR will promote the development of a co-modal transport corridor in the North Sea Region. Important in this collaborative approach, is the focus on secondary networks and the hubs, and the regional hinterland around the Green transport corridor Oslo- Randstad from a co-modal perspective. GreCOR will work in close collaboration with public and private stakeholders, and its overall aim is to improve knowledge about the logistic needs and conditions; develop and implement the first green corridor in the North Sea Region in a strategic policy setting.
Achievements: GreCOR promoted the development of a co-modal transport corridor in the North Sea Region. Important in this collaborative approach was the focus on secondary networks and the hubs, and the regional hinterland around the Green transport corridor Oslo- Randstad from a co-modal perspective. GreCOR worked in close collaboration with public and private stakeholders, and its overall aim was to improve knowledge about the logistic needs and conditions, develop and implement the first green corridor in the North Sea Region in a strategic policy setting. Documents Typology_system-report_form-en2012 GreCOR Pilot projects within the GreCOR project Pilot 7_5_Volvo Monios (2015). Identifying governance relationships Monios Bergqvist (2015). Intermodal terminal concessions GreCOR_wp3-2_Towards_Green_Supply_chains_final GreCOR_inventory report GreCOR_final_report_HCT_Case_studies GreCOR_final report_Longer_Trains wp7 GRECOR_Cross-border-freight-transport-analysis GreCOR WP3 - Final report on inventory and analysis for Green Corridor development GreCOR Activity 3.4 report GreCOR Action plan for the development of green corridors Bergqvist Monios (2014). The role of contracts GreCOR Freight Strategy GreCOR Final Conference Report For more information please visit: http://archive.northsearegion.eu/ivb/projects/details/&tid=144&back=yes



Project Summary


Project name (EN): Green Corridor in the North Sea Region
Project acronym: GreCOR

Period: 2007-2013
Date of latest update: 2014-04-05

Web: http://www.northsearegion.eu/ivb/projects/

Project start date: 2012-01-01
Project end date: 2014-12-31
Project status: Closed

Total budget/expenditure: EUR 3.746.000,00
European Union funding: EUR 1.775.000,00

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Lead Partner (EN): Swedish Transport Administration
Lead Partner: Trafikverket
Address: Box 810, Borlänge, Sweden
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Address: Box 8077, Goteborg, Sweden
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Address: Goteverksgatan 10, Gothenburg, Sweden
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Address: NetCity, Orebro, Sweden
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Address: Merchiston Campus, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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Address: Ark. Eckhoiffsgt. 1, PO Bix 139, Stavanger, Norway
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Address: Westerbrink 1, Postbus 122, Assen, Netherlands
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Address: Raadhuisplein 1, Postbus 30.001, EMMEN, Netherlands
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Address: Kasteel 1, Postbus 2, Coevorden, Netherlands
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Address: Raadhuisplein 24, Postbus 20.000, Hoogeveen, Netherlands
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Address: Grote Oever 26, Postbus 501, Meppel, Netherlands
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Address: De Ruyterkade 7, Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Address: Sint Jansstraat 4, Groningen, Netherlands
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Address: Bygningstorvet 1, DTU, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark
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Address: Constantiaplatz 4, Emden, Germany
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Address: Postboks 4350, Hamar, Norway
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Address: Nettelbosje 1, Groningen, Netherlands
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Address: Woodhill House - Westburn Road, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
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