Project description

E12 Atlantica Transport

 

The project produces strategies and guidelines for cross-border transport planning and a sustainable development of the route and conducts pilot activities in cooperation with companies to highlight deficiencies and opportunities in the transport system. 

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Project description

The project tackles issues that have been raised in previous co-operation projects:

  • a functional transport route
  • strategies for cross-border planning
  • future cooperation structures.

Good knowledge of the transport system, transport demand and future placement of facilities is a fundamental pillar in effective, cross-border transport planning. The project drafts central strategies and guidelines for cross-border transport planning and the routes sustainable development. The basic purpose is to compile together the infrastructural planning processes of the three countries participating in the project as well as to coordinate the planning, use and maintenance of the infrastructures. A cross-border arena where the public sector, economic life and scientific world can meet, exchange experiences and create the foundation for new forms of collaboration is needed for the channeling of the know-how and cooperation of the economic life, innovations and the transport system.

Partners
Kvarken Council (Lead part, FI), MidtSkandia (NO), Blå Vägen (SE) Region Västerbotten (SE), Regional Council of Ostrobothnia (FI), Nordland fylkeskommune (NO) Vaasa Regional Development Company VASEK (FI), Umeå Municipality (SE), Vännäs Municipality (SE), Vindeln Municipality (SE), Lycksele Municipality (SE), Storuman Municipality (SE), Infrastruktur i Umeå AB INAB (SE), Rana Utviklingsselskap AS (NO), Rana Municipality (NO), Polarsirkelen Lufthavnutvikling (NO), Port of Mo i Rana (NO), Mo Industripark AS (NO), Alstahaug havnevesen KF (NO), Helgeland Havn IKS (NO)

 

 

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News

  • 24.06.2019
    Join the celebration 8/8/2019!
  • 19.06.2019
    The cross-border MABA II project (Midway Alignment Botnia Atlantica II) has reached its goal; project results are now being compiled ahead of the final report and project activities are almost completed. MABA II has had a decisive role in the procurement of the new Kvarken ferry, although project expectations were surpassed already earlier when the new, custom-made ferry was ordered well before project closure.
  • 20.05.2019
    The annual general meeting gave the board and the office of the Kvarken Council permission to continue the work towards the Kvarken Council EGTC –...
  • 26.04.2019
    Projektet E12 Atlantica BA3NET har ansökt och beviljats förlängning till och med 29 november 2019. Med anledning av det kommer projektet att hinna genomföra tre event för resultatspridning varav denna konferens/workshop är den ena, en workshop med trafikverken från Finland, Sverige och Norge är den andra och slutligen slutkonferensen som kommer att äga rum den 18-19 september.
  • 28.03.2019
    KvarkenPorts and VASEK, this year representing Midway Alignment - Botnia Atlantica II (MABA II), participated with a joint exhibition stand, on the Wind and Renewable Energy Exhibition.
  • 25.01.2019
    We are pleased to announce that regular maritime traffic over the Kvarken Strait between Finland and Sweden will continue in the future
  • 24.01.2019
    Rymdentusiast, välkommen till regionens första brainstorming session om ”Space Digital Economy Innovation Center”!
  • 21.01.2019
    One week ago, Kvarken Link and Rauma Marine Constructions signed a letter of intent concerning the new building of the Kvarken ferry. Today both parties have signed the actual construction agreement.
  • 17.01.2019
    Finnish and Swedish Destination Management Organisations join forces to attract more tourists to the Kvarken region
  • 11.01.2019
    The new passenger ferry servicing the Vaasa-Umeå route will be built by Rauma Constructions. The Board of Directors of Kvarken Link have today decided to enter into a Letter of Intent with Rauma Marine Constructions Oy (RMC).
  • 29.11.2018
    Mr. Arne Langset, secretary-general of Indre Helgeland county in Norway, visited the Kvarken Council’s office in Bock’s Corner Brewery last week to discuss the new cooperation structure and the future.
  • 23.11.2018
    On 21 May, 2018, the Kvarken Council’s AGM took the historical decision to transform the Council from being a registered association into an EGTC, European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation. The Kvarken Council’s Board serves as the working committee for the EGTC process and the Council’s office has, as commissioned by the Board, started work to transform the legal form of the Council from a registered association into an EGTC. Here is a brief overview of the process.
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