The INTERREG IVB NWE Project “CODE24 – Corridor Development Rotterdam-Genoa” (2010-2015) aimed at a joint integrated approach towards the future development of the TEN-T core network corridor Rhine-Alpine and intended the interconnection of economic development, spatial, transport and ecological planning and thus, addressing urgent conflicts of capacity, sustainability and quality of life along the corridor.
After five years, the CODE24 project partners presented a common strategy for the future development of the Rhine-Alpine Corridor, the main transport corridor of Europe.
The European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation “Interregional Alliance for the Rhine-Alpine Corridor EGTC” shall continue the strategic initiative of CODE24 for the securing of a long-term partnership and cooperation beyond the limited INTERREG project period.
CODE24 One Corridor – One Strategy
The overall output of the CODE24 project – the common strategy for the development of the corridor – is compiled in this brochure.
CODE24 Key Results
The CODE24 project was divided in four thematic work packages, each in turn consisting of several actions. Experts from the partnership worked together in these actions. In the brochure, key results of the work in these actions are described.
Work Package Spatial and Infrastructural Development
Region Frankfurt/Rhein-Main im Herzen des Korridors Rotterdam-Genua 3.48 MB 159 downloads...
A Common Strategy for the Corridor Rotterdam–Genoa - Report WP1 3.17 MB 132 downloads...
Fortsetzung Betuwe-Route. Ideenwerkstatt Kreis Wesel 1.85 MB 116 downloads...
Work Package Environmental Aspects and Noise Reduction
Work Package Increasing Regional Economic Benefits
Freight Terminal at the Lahr Logistics Service Centre 1.63 MB 128 downloads...