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The future European Transport Policy is currently being outlined. The design of the new TEN-T network will indicate a major change compared to the current TEN-T network, with wider impacts for regional bodies that have not been involved so far in TEN-T development. The TEN-T network will evolve into a multi-modal, corridor-based network.

Through this development the regions need to maintain transport infrastructure service provision that is consistent with the various requirements and different timescales involved. They also have to adopt new technological innovations in line with the European White Paper and in the most efficient manner.

The TEN-TaNS project will look deeper into the core and comprehensive networks and how the development of these networks can be supported by public authorities and infrastructure providers at a regional level. A special focus will be given to the horizontal issues.

Current policy developments will be analysed and the requirements of being part of the TEN-T network in terms of infrastructure and services will be clarified for all transport and intermodal modes and translated to the regional level via a toolbox specifically developed in the TEN-TaNS project.

Project duration: 1 August 2013 to 30 June 2015

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Latest News

TEN-TaNS presentation to the North Sea Region Annual Conference

Want to hear more about the future of regional involvement in the TEN-T ?

TEN-TaNS project manager Philip Smart has been invited talk about these ideas on the North Sea Region Programmes Annual Conference in Assen this week on June 17th. If you have already registered for the conference then the study tour to choose is “Smart Logistics and Freight Transport” where the presentation on Regional Connectivity and the TEN-T Network will be made at Stenden University.

TEN-TaNS invited to inform the Baltic Sea Group seminar on renewable energy and sustainable transport

TEN-TaNS reaches beyond the North Sea – interest in the TEN-TaNS project spreads well beyond the North Sea Region – following on from interest relating to groups involved with the specific TEN-T corridors starting or terminating in the North Sea Region a more widespread interest is now evident.

The latest enquiry involves Fabian Ilgner from the TEN-TaNS Partner Region Orebro being invited to present the TEN-TaNS project to the event : Baltic solutions for renewable energy and sustainable transport – Initiatives for blue and green growth in Brussels on Monday, 15th June 2015

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Events

2014 CEF Transport Info Day

Date: 

10/09/2014 - 13:00 to 10/10/2014 - 16:30

INEA organises a CEF Transport Info Day for the currently launched 2014 Call for Proposals following the OPEN DAYS events in October 2014. Priorities of the Calls will be presented and information how to prepare a successful proposal will be given.

Please find all further information as well as the registration possibility on the INEA website.

We from TEN-TaNS will attend the Info Day and are looking forward to enlarge our stakeholders.

Transnational Project Development Seminar and Partner Search: Getting ready for the new programme

Date: 

09/17/2014 - 13:00 to 09/18/2014 - 12:00

The North Sea Region Programme Secretariat organises a Transnational Project Development Seminar and Partner Search event in Gent, Flanders, Belgium. Some of the TEN-TaNS project partners attend the event.

We are looking forward to meeting you in Gent and discuss our project, the TEN-TaNS toolbox.

Please find further information about the event on the North Sea Region Programme Website.