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South East Transport Axis (SETA)
Date du début: 31 déc. 2010, Date de fin: 30 déc. 2013 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Together with the projects SoNorA, BATCo, SCANDRIA North and SEETAC (Central Europe, Baltic Sea, SEE Programme), SETA is aiming on the analysis and development of the transport corridors from Scandinavia to South-East Europe. Competitive Accessibility of regions is one of the most important preconditions for their economic growth and development (as the project SIC! has shown). Fluent transport of passengers and goods are the crucial preconditions of the competitive accessibility of regions. The low level of regional, transnational and seaport accessibility within South East Europe region especially in railway transport drag behind the transportation demand and therefore limit the regional (economic) development potentials. While the share of railway transport in the region is poor, the emission of greenhouse gas from private cars and lorries is still increasing. The main objectives of SETA project are the improvement of accessibility to provide the economic development of the regions within the project area, and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by a competitive railway transport quality. In SETA project the transport requirements of the regions will be determined; a transport network analysis will show current transport conditions (bottlenecks), short/medium/long term solutions will be developed. After an assessment in terms of socio-economic, financial and environmental impacts the realisability of these solutions will be evaluated. Finally recommendations for implementation based on the evaluation results and the experiences of pilot projects (with special focus on financing options) will be given. The Platform of Regions (PoR) will provide a forum for information exchange among the representatives of the target groups on different levels during the project implementation phase. This forum will furthermore foster cooperation between the relevant actors in the field of transport network development beyond project implementation. Achievements: • Analysis of bottlenecks in railway connections• Analysis of financing sources for railway infrastructure• Analysis of organisational and technical constraints of SETA corridor and recommendations for improvement• Analysis of technical and financial feasibility of improving the rail connection Sopron-Wulkaprodersdorf• Business case for the extension of the logistics centre in Sopron• Business cases for better freight and transport services in Hungary in relation to SETA corridor• Business cases for improvement of port-hinterland connections along SETA corridor• Description of the railway infrastructure and services in target countries• Evaluation of intermodal facilities and terminals in SETA corridor • Evaluation report on socio-economic and environmental effects of implementing SETA corridor• General guidelines for cost/benefit analysis of infrastructure projects• Improving accessibility of primary and secondary transport networks in SEE including intermodality• Report from demonstration train run from Monfalcone to Rjeka• Report from demonstration train run from Vienna to Zagreb• Report from piloted service platform for tracking and tracking rail-borne freight• SETA corridor development plan and memorandum of understanding• Transnational transport model for target countries - rail, road, inland waterwaysFor more information see:



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