Spatial planning 

at urban, regional and macro-regional scale

Focus on cross-border cooperation

 Integrated spatial and mobility development in a European context 

  • EU-Corridor level

    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.

  • Metropolitan level

    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.

  • Local level

    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.