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GreCor - Green Corridor in the North Sea Region

GreCor promoted the development of a co-modal transport corridor in the North Sea Region. The project ended in December 2014 but the initiative with GreCor and greening of corridors continues.

GreCOR promoted the development of a co-modal transport corridor in the North Sea Region. Important in this collaborative approach was the focus on secondary networks and the hubs, and the regional hinterland around the Green transport corridor Oslo- Randstad from a co-modal perspective.

GreCOR worked in close collaboration with public and private stakeholders, and its overall aim was to improve knowledge about the logistic needs and conditions, develop and implement the first green corridor in the North Sea Region in a strategic policy setting. The initiative with GreCor and greening of corridors continues and each partner takes the work further in its own way although the project is completed.

Lead beneficiary

  • Swedish Transport Administration

Project coordinator

  • Lindholmen Science Park AB

Beneficiaries

  • Lindholmen Science Park AB
  • Volvo Technology AB
  • Örebro Regional Development Council
  • Aberdeenshire Council
  • Transport Research Institute, Edinburgh Napier university
  • Rogaland Country Council
  • Provincie Drenthe
  • Port of Amsterdam
  • Provincie Groningen
  • Technical University of Denmark, Department of Transport
  • HILOG – Hochschul Institut Logistik
  • Jernbaneverket
  • Target Holding

Sub-partners

  • Gemeente Emmen
  • Gemeente Coevorden
  • Gemeente Hoogeveen
  • Gemeente Meppel

The project was completed in December 2014.