Green STRING Corridor has come to an end
The Green STRING Corridor EU project has come to an end but the many initiatives, ideas and ambitions of the project are will continue to develop and expand in the networks and collaborations the project has initiated.
Monstertrucks versus Greenliners
How what you call a High Capacity Transportation (HCT) makes a difference when advocating longer and heavier trucks through Scandinavia and Northern Germany. The name of the truck is a significant, yet small problem. The technical requirements and framework conditions of Sweden, Denmark and Germany being so different that crossing borders with HCT is troublesome: That is a major issue.
Longer trains and the modal split in freight transport
Why is the Danish modal split so small? How come the percentage of rail freight isn't larger, considering the massive infrastructure investments in rail?
The Green STRING Corridor – From speed and transit to accessibility and regional development
The railway has to be strengthened in order to be able to absorb as much as possible of the expected growth in traffic, when the fixed link across Fehmarn Belt opens in 2021. This requires action from the political decision-makers; this is a key-recommendation in the final report from the Green STRING Corridor project.
Green STRING Corridor film with interviews
This film shows the aim of the Green STRING Corridor project: Promoting the potential of innovative transport and logistics solutions and developing a green transport corridor between the Öresund Region and Hamburg, capitalising on the benefits of the coming fixed Femern Belt link.