The West Pomeranian Business School takes part in TransBaltic – one of the transnational projects that has been granted a strategic status by the authorities of the Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007-2013. TransBaltic has 21 partners in nine countries around the Baltic Sea.
TransBaltic is led by Region Skåne and lasts from the 1 June 2009 to 31 December 2012 and the entire Project’s budget is 4.5m Euro. The overall objective of TransBaltic is to provide regional level incentives for the creation of a comprehensive multimodal transport system in the Baltic Sea Region. This is to be achieved by means of joint transport development measures and jointly implemented business concepts.
The project wishes to address this key challenge by complementing actions taken by the national authorities within the framework of the EU Baltic Sea Strategy. The envisaged action plan will contain measures, which will address internal connectivity, interoperability and intermodality constraints of the Baltic Sea Region from the sustainable regional development perspective. The plan will also feature regional preparedness measures for the increasing intercontinental transport flows to unlock investments serving better external accessibility of the Region.
More information here.