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Improving transport flows of people and goods in three selected corridors of Central Baltic region.

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Last Newsletter of Baltic Loop

It is time to celebrate the results. Welcome to read our last Newsletter. In this issue: Digital and automated working methods reduce travel times in the Baltic Sea countries Discover business models for smart and sustainable sea logistic and port operations Dialogue...

Baltic Loop research reveals

Given how much has been achieved in a couple of years, we have prepared thematic fact sheets that will help you to find out the most important findings about each of the directions we developed in the project.Take a closer look at each of the fact sheets: #1 DISCOVER...

Watch our videos

We want to give you an insight into what has been done and invite you to watch three videos.  VIDEO #1 How to reduce transportation bottlenecks? VIDEO #2 Discover business models for smart and sustainable sea logistics and port operations VIDEO #3 Dialogue between...

Final Conference: recording and presentations available

The Final Conference of the Baltic Loop project was a celebration of two years of intensive work as well as an opportunity to present valuable research data and conclusions to industry players about three new transportation corridors in the territory of Central Baltic...

Learn about the E18 road bottlenecks in animated format

Turku University of Applied Sciences has done GIS mapping as well as visualized bottlenecks of the E18 section in Finland, thus helping to find out exactly where these places are on the road and what kind of problems need to be solved. The animation identifies...

Digital and automated working methods reduce travel time in the Baltic Sea countries

Within the framework of the EU project Baltic Loop, Region Örebro County has mapped and analysed various digital and automated working methods that could contribute to shorter travel times in public transport. A number of different nodes, both along the railway and...

Summary and infographics of the development vision 2030 for tourism and transport corridor of the VIA Hanseatica route in Latvia

VIA Hanseatica is a historically ancient tourism route connecting Russia, Estonia and Latvia. This route is based on historic transport and trade routes from St. Petersburg through Tartu to Riga and further to Western Europe. VIA Hanseatica and its adjacent area serve...

It’s time to show the results: Newsletter # 7

The end of the project is fast approaching, which marks the deadline for the implementation of the promised activities. However, the issues raised in the projects never disappear with the end of the project - mostly the partnerships update the issues so that they can...

Save the date: BALTIC LOOP final conference – 16 June 2021

We are pleased to announce that the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014-2020 funded BALTIC LOOP project will hold its final conference on 16th June 2021, ahead of the project’s closing. At present, both national and European Union levels focus on transportation...

Assessment of the Transit Corridor Belarus–Latvia–Sweden within Baltic Loop

From October 2020 to March 2021 the Foundation “Ventspils High Technology Park” (hereinafter – VHTP) and “eMobility” Ltd. (hereinafter -“eMobility”) had been preparing a Case Study on the Assessment of the Transit Corridor Belarus – Latvia – Sweden within ‘Baltic...

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⚓On the 22nd of January we organized our International Stakeholder meeting which took place in Riga. During the meeting, the participants were introduced to the Latvian Transport Guidelines and ... See more

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➡ Welcome to the second newsletter of the project and at the same time discover that we are 🔜one step ahead of the first, big and valuable discoveries in the project.🔝

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