P3 Well-connected region
3.1. Improved transport flows of people and goods
01.04.2019 - 30.06.2021
€1 983 435
€1 548 371
The Baltic Sea region is an area of fast growth and a key market for about 100 million consumers. To support this phenomenon and to smoothen the transportation flow in corridors and traffic gateways, issues such as the productivity in the operation of traffic, interoperability which exceeds the borders and more fluent, safer traffic with fewer effects on the air quality, require to be tackled.
The Baltic Loop project focuses on developing solutions to transportation bottlenecks along the East-West corridors. The project covers three of them: northern from Örebro – Turku – St. Petersburg, middle from Örebro – Tallinn – St.Petersburg and southern from Örebro – Riga – St. Petersburg; real-time traffic information about the status of traffic, the control of its flow and better commercial services will be provided.
A decrease in transportation and traveling time and in the subsequent emissions generated in these three corridors can be expected. As a spillover effect, improved competitiveness, a more efficient delivery/terminal operation process and reduced traveling time for passengers to the corridors will result as well.
Turun Ammattikorkeakoulu Oy
Partner budget: 524.343 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 382.770 EUR ERDF
Region Örebro län
Partner budget: 314.324 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 235.743 EUR ERDF
Vidzemes plānošanas reģions
Partner budget: 185.430 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 157.616 EUR ERDF
Rīgas plānošanas reģions
Partner budget: 223.000 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 189.550 EUR ERDF
Partner budget: 359.957 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 262.769 EUR ERDF
Ventspils Augsto Tehnoloģiju parks nodibinājums
Partner budget: 197.380 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 167.773 EUR ERDF
Harjumaa Omavalitsuste Liit
Partner budget: 179.000 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 152.150 EUR ERDF
City of Turku
City of Salo
Freeport of Ventspils authority
Latvijas Republikas Satiksmes ministrija
Main activities to achieve the result are:
1) Gathering and analyzing open and available data
2) Improving and creating time efficient transportation solutions
3) Discovering economic benefits by time managing in transport interface
4) Dialoging between different transportation actors
The activities we are presenting will tackle the both programme result indicators. The flow of goods will improve as cargo transportation time will decrease compared to the present situation by finding and eliminating bottlenecks with new ways of technologies such as new applications or sophisticated procedures simultaneously also decreasing the emission levels.
The findings will enhance the cross border flow of goods and people and furthermore simultaneously decrease the overall emission levels of these specific corridors .