at urban, regional and macro-regional scale
Focus on cross-border cooperation
Integrated spatial and mobility planning in a European context
Integrated transport planning at the local, regional and EU-corridor level increases the predictability of transport flows and enables integrated transport solutions by bundling road, rail and maritime transport.
Assessing the role of spatial dynamics and strategic planning at the metropolitan level is necessary to coordinate transformation processes in the field of mobility, infrastructure development and land-use planning.
Competing usage claims resulting from, for instance, former port areas transforming into urban neighbourhoods need to be contextualized with large-scale infrastructure projects along the transport corridors.