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PLANNED ACTIVITIES AND OUTPUTS WITHIN COMBINE

The COMBINE project started in January 2019 and runs till June 2021.

Combined transport in the Baltic Sea region: challenges and opportunities

Target groups: transport ministries, administrations, shippers, carriers and industry players

Optimize combined transport operation in terminals

Target groups: terminal and transport operators, potential CT customers, transport politicians

  • Benchmark analysis of terminal operation in the BSR
  • Increasing awareness, knowledge and acceptance of terminal handling and operation innovations
  • Combined terminal strategy for the BSR
  • Pilot case: Special truck regulation zone near terminals to booster CT

Capacity building for sustainable last mile transport

Target groups: transport ministries, administration, shippers, transport operators

  • Overview on innovative last mile solutions to strengthen combined transport
  • Test-field development for platooning on Helsinki-Tampere highway
  • Feasibility of cross-border operation of innovative technologies (DE/DK)
  • Last-mile concept for the multimodal platform Bydgoszcz-Solec Kujawski
  • Round table with national transport ministries

Framework conditions for combined transport (regulatory / support programmes)

Target groups: transport ministries, administrations, European Commission

  • Benchmarking of existing combined transport funding schemes
  • Non-financial support to boost combined transport in BSR
  • Dialogue with national politicians and European Commission
  • Recommendations for adoption of rules and regulations for better consideration of BSR specifics such as rural structure, low transport volumes and long last mile
  • Recommendations for BSR specific support schemes

Project results

Reports

  • Overview of the CT Market in the BSR

    Published 28 February 2020
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