FENIX member Rhine-Alpine Corridor has recently revised its the TEN-T Regulation Statement.
The TEN-T approach has facilitated to shape the European infrastructure development tremendously. As one of nine Core Network Corridors, the RhineAlpine Corridor constitutes a very important backbone of the TEN-T network. In order to support the positive continuation of this policy, the „Interregional Alliance for the Rhine-Alpine Corridor EGTC” likes to share its view for the future of the TEN-T.
The revision proceeds as follows:
“The „Interregional Alliance for the Rhine-Alpine Corridor EGTC” has been founded in 2015 in order to facilitate the cooperation among its 26 members from all 6 countries of the Rhine-Alpine Corridor. Our ambition is to promote, to jointly strengthen and to coordinate the integrated development of the multimodal Rhine-Alpine Corridor from the perspective of its regional and local members. A main objective of the EGTC, as defined in its Convention, is the evolution of the joint development strategy for the Rhine-Alpine Corridor “One Corridor – One Strategy”. Hence the TEN-T revision process is a focal issue for our organization and its members to which we would like to emphasize some central positions to be used in the revision of the TEN-T.
Our joint strategy “One Corridor – One Strategy” focuses on five development priorities:
1. Optimize the network, procedures and the cooperation of key players
2. Raise capacity
3. Repair spaces and ensure sustainability
4. Accelerate speed
5. Ensure acceptance.”