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Cooperation

Cooperation among project partners is based on each one’s previous experience in addressing issues related to Major Transport Infrastructure (MTI) impacts in the past years. This experience has matured at different administrative levels and is the expression of different instances at local, regional and national level.

The project Lead Partner, Province of Turin, developed a Strategic Plan for the areas interested by Lyon-Turin HS/HC line (high speed and high capacity railway) and, together with the Province of Gorizia, who has cross-border experience in projects dealing with MTIs, express the administrative link between regional and local needs. Regione Veneto and Regional Development Agency of the Ljubljana Urban Region act as regional actuators of national decisions and they have addressed issues linked to MTIs and how they impact locally.  Transpadana is in constant contact with homologues organizations in France and Slovenia and with the UE General Directorate for Transports and operates an every-day monitoring on TEN-T corridors in Northern Italy to facilitate their implementation. The General Board of Savoie is an active member of steering committee of Demarche Grand Chantier for Lyon-Turin HS/HC line, which Is a set of actions supporting the implementation of the French section of Corridor 5. The Municipality of Šempeter - Vrtojba represents local community instances and has cooperated at cross border level on transport and connectivity issues.

Universities bring a high level scientific perspective into partnership, providing the technical link to public actors: University of Udine, Department for Civil Engineering and Architecture studies the issue of integration of EU corridors into surrounding areas since many years and provides consultancy at Ministerial level, while  Vienna University of Technology - Department of Spatial Development, Infrastructure and Environmental Planning has experience in complex territorial visioning and Technical University of Munich has experience in spatial planning.