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October 2012 - March 2013

POLY5 has now reached its first important goal: a cognitive framework to plan large scale transport infrastructure with specific reference on how to appraise the value of a territory with and without an infrastructure, and on how to build strategies and visions in Alpine areas. 

Starting from this analysis the project is now focusing on building a polycentric development toolkit. The work currently undertaken foresees the elaboration of studies, measures, approaches and tools to address the integration of a major transport infrastructure in local territories. Each partner, according to the present state of implementation of the Mediterranean Corridor,  is taking into account a specific topic: consensus building, support to local economies during the building phase, touristic opportunities deriving from the presence of the infrastructure, mobility, connectivity and accessibility of local areas when integrated to transnational corridors and logistic and intermodal systems.

The cognitive framework to plan large scale infrastructure includes the description of different approaches adopted by the scientific project partners. From the spatial strategy design on St. Jean de Maurienne in France and Susa in Italy, to the visions for the future of the Slovenian Ljubljana urban region and how its mobility will develop within a 20/30 years, to the scenario building on the Italian Veneto Region defining how different infrastructural solutions could impact on the area. POLY5 has also organized two transnational meetings. In November 2012, in the venue of the Aiton Fort in France, the project has been presented to a wide audience who attended also the round table where the future of the Lyon-Turin railway link has been discussed among relevant Italian and French decision makers. In February 2013, in Udine, achieved project results have been presented during a conference where different points of view gave life to a lively exchange.

 

Click here to download the Scenario Building approach

Click here to download the Spatial Strategy approach

Click here to download the "Visioneering" approach

Click here to download the shared framework named "Building the Future"