TRANS TRITIA - Work Package 1 


The aim of the strategy was not only to identify the possibility of developing a coherent, sustainable, innovative and environmentally friendly transport system in the regional and national levels, but also to identify the possibilities of increasing transport accessibility through the use of alternative environmentally friendly modes of transport in cross-border regions, while improving the efficiency and effectiveness of transport processes.

At first, we identified the challenges facing both the entire TRITIA cross-border area and the development of multimodal transport in the region. Then, the stages of the strategy development process under the ongoing TRANS TRITIA project were discussed, followed by the results of strategic analyses, strategic goals for the development of multi-modal transport in the cross-border area were defined, and a strategy map necessary for the implementation of the strategy was prepared. The necessary strategic projects to be implemented were successively identified and the organizational structure for implementing the strategy developed.

The implementation of the strategy assumptions, including the implementation of the proposed strategic projects, will contribute to the development of a modern transport system in the cross-border areas covered by the project, but will also constitute an element of a wider context for the development of the transport system of the entire European Union.

The works on the development of the strategy contributed to the deepening of cooperation between representatives of individual regions. Throughout the cooperation with key regional and national stakeholders it was possible to exchange knowledge and good practices, that were useful in the process of implementation of the project across borders.

Second input from this work package is:

Action plans for PL-SK/PL-CZ/CZ-SK cross borders present primarily infrastructure projects necessary for the development of multimodal transport on selected borders. The project implemented on the border areas focused to reduce lag of remains behind in comparison with the other areas of these countries, increase of the pace of development of mutual relations economic, support of using of border areas effects of European integration, designing of optimal environmentally friendly transport  system, review and completion of TEN-T. The organizational projects shown in the strategy for the development of multimodal transport and bottleneck analysis resulting from the model analysis are complementary.