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Transnational Transfer

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Ten international partners worked out 15 tools in the Alpine-Space-Programme project POLY5 (Polycentric Planning Models for Local Development in Territories interested by Corridor 5 and its TEN-T ramifications) within the last four years (01/08/2011 to 31/10/2014). Based on three strategic approaches (contexts, scenarios and visions) the tools offer the territorial partners different perspectives and opportunities for their local and regional implementation of the Lyon-Ljubljana track of the Mediterranean Corridor (former Corridor 5) in the frame of the European Major-Transport-Infrastructure.

Dealing with large infrastructure projects a great number of different challenges with very specific details have to be considered. The European Regulation No 1315/2013 takes account of this fact – especially in Art.50 – that these infrastructure projects need a certain involvement of public and private stakeholders to ensure

(a) the enhancement of regional mobility, thereby promoting access to the trans-European transport network, for all regions of the Union;

(b) the promotion of cross-border projects;

(c) the integration of urban nodes into the trans-European transport network (including promotion of sustainable urban mobility);

(d) the promotion of sustainable transport solutions, such as enhanced accessibility by public transport, telematic applications, intermodal

terminals/multimodal transport chains, low-carbon and other innovative transport solutions and environmental improvements;

(e) the enhancement of cooperation between the different stakeholders.”

Under this guideline for the trans-European transport network the report works out to which extent the POLY5 results can be integrated into the EU (infrastructure) development policies.

Integration of public and private stakeholders during the different MTI implementation phases, optimising local and regional transports services based on new trans-European connections, motivating local and regional SME´s to take an active part at the development of new transport infrastructure or get involved into the construction site, on-line environmental impact analyses for the public are just some POLY5 examples carried out. The experiences done on the pilot activities within their spatial frame as well as recommendations out of the project should be accessible for other European municipalities and regions facing the challenges of MTIs.

The report structures the key-findings of the multicriteria assessment of the POLY5 results - briefly described in capture 1. Followed by an overview of the toolkit and pilot actions in capture 2 and 3 – this information is well also offered on the POLY5 website with additional deepening details. Pointing out the “impacts” of the POLY5 tools on certain key-topics in capture 4, capture 5 helps to find out which tool is (most) fitting to one for which challenge of MTI implementation.

Download here the report