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European Climate Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency
Report

CEF support to the Scandinavian-Mediterranean TEN-T Corridor

The report complements the Work Plan of the European Coordinator, since it provides an account for the impact of the CEF funded infrastructure on all modes - air, maritime, rail and road.  

Details

Identification
PDF EF-02-20-575-EN-N, ISBN 978-92-9208-099-0, DOI 10.2840/78675
Publication date
4 May 2020
Author
Innovation and Networks Executive Agency

Description

The report contains information on the progress of Agency-supported projects in the Scandinavian-Mediterranean Core Network Corridor.

The Scandinavian-Mediterranean Corridor is the longest of all Core Network Corridors - accounting for 9,277 km of rail and 6,279 km of road on the core network. It includes 25 core ports, 19 core airports, 45 core intermodal terminals and 19 core urban nodes. The Corridor is key for the transport flows from Northern Europe, at the border with Russia in Finland, to the Southern Europe in Italy and Malta – crossing major urban nodes in Austria, Germany and Scandinavia, including the link to Oslo that is fully included in the Corridor.

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CEF support to Scandinavian - Mediterranean Corridor - 2020
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