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Baltic Transport Outlook 2030
“Baltic Transport Outlook 2030” is an EU co-funded project and a strategic priority within the Baltic Sea Strategy that was adopted by the European Council in October 2009.
The overall aim of the project is to achieve better prerequisites for national long term infrastructure planning in the Baltic Sea region to
make the region more accessible and competitive. The Baltic Transport Outlook will hopefully contribute to:
• A common view of the region’s development concerning transpot
flows and economic growth
• A joint awareness of future challenges and potentials
• Better knowledge exchange of national and regional transport
The core of the project was a study, completed in December 2011, mapping the transport infrastructure and the flows of goods and passengers – between the countries in the Baltic Sea Region and between the Region and other parts of Europe. The study reports provide the basis for discussions with and recommendations to infrastructure planners and other decision makers throughout the Region on how to tackle future transport challenges.
ProgTrans was part the study consortium, leading Task 2 on Drivers of transport demand and elaborating a comprehensive SWOT analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of international transport corridors around the Baltic Sea.
For details see the BTO website at:
and the study reports at: