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Project: Atlantic TEN-T Core Network Corridors – Study of Corridors

Client: European Commission DG MOVE, Brüssel
Duration: 09/2015 – 12/12017
Partner: TIS pt (Lead), INECO, EGIS, BG Consulting Engineers, M-Five

The TEN-T regulation of 2013 (REG 1315/2013) defines a core and a comprehensive network. The core network consists of nine core network corridors (CNC) that should be implemented by 2030. One of these corridors is the Atlantic CNC. The CNC have been inaugurated in 2013 and each of them is developed by a European Coordinator together with the stakeholders along the corridor and the Member States concerned. The Atlantic CNC runs from Portugal via Spain and France to Germany. It connects the European urban nodes of Lisbon, Porto, Madrid, Bordeaux, Paris with Strasburg and Mannheim.

Prof. Carlo Secchi is the European Coordinator responsible for the Atlantic CNC. He is supported by so-called corridor studies carried out by an international consortium. M-Five is part of that consortium and keeps contact with the stakeholders between Mannheim and Saarbrücken/Forbach in Germany. Our tasks included the observation of project progress, the update of the project list as well as the analysis of indirect economic impact of the corridor as well as of environmental improvements.

We also elaborated the growth and jobs analysis for all nine corridor studies. Our activities supported the development of the 3rd Work Plan of the Atlantic CNC.

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