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1 Workshop: Challenges and cooperation potentials for passenger and goods traffic along the Scandria corridor Rostock Hausbaumhaus, Wokrenter Str :00 o clock City of Rostock Regional Planning Association Rostock region Kindly supported by Logistikinitiative Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Chamber of Industry and Trade Rostock Regiopolis Region Rostock Scandria Project partial financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund)

2 AGENDA 9:00 Arrival and registration 9:30 Welcome words Holger Matthäus (City of Rostock) 9:35 Introduction to the workshop (program, objectives) Gunnar Platz and Björn Gabler (PLANCO Consulting), Moderators of the event 9:45 Thematic introduction to the project BSR TransGovernance, background of the workshops Sven Friedrich (Infrastructure and environment) 10:00 Overview on current volumes in passenger and freight traffic on the TEN-T Scandria transport corridor Bernd Buthe (Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning) 10:30 Coffee break Freight traffic: Challenges and cooperation potentials for the Scandria corridor 11:00 Rail traffic: From the (supraregional) shipper s perspective Jan Schmidt (Kühne und Nagel) 11:20 Maritime traffic / Sea port hinterland traffic: From the Seaport of Rostock s perspective Tino Lüth (Hafen-Entwicklungsgesellschaft Rostock) 11:40 Open discussion Lunch break Restaurant zwanzig12 at the Wittespeicher Schnickmannstr.14 Passenger traffic: Challenges and cooperation potentials in the Scandria corridor 13:20 Public transport: From the perspective of a regional transport association (Verkehrsverbund) that operates in the Scandria interface area Rostock Gedser - Nykobing 13:40 Public transport: From the perspective of a regional transport association that operates in the metropolitan region of the Scandria corridor 14:00 Coffee break 14:20 Ferry traffic: From the shipping company s perspective Hardy Puls (Stena Line) 14:40 Open discussion Summary, presentation of first results by the moderators 15:00 End of the event

3 Summary of the workshop results Challenges and cooperation potentials for passenger and goods traffic along the Scandria corridor Challenges and cooperation potentials for passenger and goods traffic along the Scandria corridor The SCANDRIA 1 corridor within the European transport network: The SCANDRIA corridor is nearly congruent with the so-called core network corridor Scandinavia Mediterranean Sea Helsinki Valetta (= Scandinavian-Mediterranean Corridor). This includes, among others, the route Rostock- Berlin- Leipzig Munich. It was mainly the regional players who contributed to optimizing the spatial delimitation. This enables a better integration of Rostock and the capital region. Challenges and chances: Further strengthening the position of the regions: The project BSR- Transgovernance intends to enhance cooperation within the SCANDRIA corridor. Aim is to achieve a better coordination of transport politics on the various levels (EU, national, regional, local) in Europe. Regional and thematic workshops implemented along the corridor in the scope of BSR-Transgovernance serve for exchanging ideas. They are the basis for placing regional topics accordingly on the European agenda (a. o. via corridor forums in Brussels and dialogues with the core net corridor manager) Rising volume of traffic opens up new perspectives for rail and inland waterways: According to current forecasts, the volume of traffic 2 on Europe s roads will increase, partly significantly, by 2025 which will result into traffic congestions particularly in /near the economic centres/urban centres. Challenges and chances: Intelligent balance of means of transport for enhancing the competitiveness of the regions: To ensure competitive freight transports even in the future and avoid any derailing of economic developments, an intelligent transport means mix is needed. Avoidance of traffic jams, reduction of CO² emissions and the reduction of sound emissions are only some of the aspects to meet this change. Simultaneously, potentials insufficiently exploited so far have to be developed (key word: East German rail network). Analysis of traffic data based on Business Intelligence Software: The Federal Office for Building and Spatial Planning is able to evaluate and visualize extensive data records by means of technical solutions. These serve, among others, for determining the transport volume on selected routes and according to goods. Emergency 1 Additional information on the projects Scandria and BSR-Transgovernance are provided in the expert presentationof Sven Friedrich, Infrastructure and Environment. 2 Modal Split freight traffic in the Scandria Korridor 2010: With about 92%, the largest part of freight is transported on the roads in the corridor (followed by rail transports, conventional, about 6%), further information provided in the expert presentation by Bernd Buthe, Federal Office for Building and Spatial Planning.

4 planning (e. g. in the event of failure of one transport mode), infrastructure planning and the field energy and climate protection are possible fields of implementation. Challenges and chances in the field of rail traffic from the perspective of a supraregional shipper current projects Rail traffic on transport corridors: The performance of state rail network for single wagon transports increasingly suffers. The company Kühne and Nagel considers single wagon trains on transport corridors as an alternative. This opens a new business sector for railway forwarders and private rails (carrier). The aim is to run regular trains between the so-called railports 3. Important findings on the implementation of single wagon trains in Southern Europe derive from the EU corridor projects SCANDRIA; SONORA and FLAVIA Challenges: Establishment of a corridor train 4 Rostock- Dresden (via Berlin) - Vienna Czech Republic/ Slovakia Hungary to the Balkan countries or to Istanbul/Turkey. The project allows using the rail network of the new federal states of Germany, insufficiently used so far, more intensively for transportation. The federal state of Saxony promotes this project (start for the corridor train operation: spring 2014) Creating a new rail corridor in Southern Europe requires the following: Establishment of a consistent corridor management Cooperation with high-performance private transport partners (carriers and operators) Free access to the needed infrastructure and concentration on the EU s TEN corridors Political support, such as the provision of results from EU projects, support with public relations and provision of funds for the starting period of projects for risk limitation Challenges in maritime transport/ seaport hinterland traffic: From the port of Rostock s perspective current projects The port of Rostock sees additional potentials regarding intermodal traffic, too particularly by combining maritime and rail traffic. Current projects in this field are: Currently, the port of Rostock s terminal for combined load transports (KV) is reconstructed. This measure funded by the European Commission in the TEN-T context shall result into an expansion of port area to about 70,000 square meters in total by the end of In addi on, a new freight traffic relation from Rostock seaport to Nuremberg is being established in cooperation with local companies (Intermodal Rail Shuttle) to connect Scandinavian target markets with Southern Germany (3 times a week). For 3 Rail ports are multifunctional logistic centers that in addition to handling rail/road, storage and pick-up and delivery by truck provide, oriented to the customer needs, various logistic services. Rail ports connect rail networks with the regional road infrastructure. They serve as the basis for intermodal, rail-focused logistic concepts in Europe and for all truck-to-rail transfers. 4 Additional information are provided in the expert presentation of Jan Schmidt, Kühne und Nagel.

5 this purpose, a study, dedicated e.g. to analyzing the market environment in Nuremberg is financed by the Rostockean TransGovernance partner and the HERO. What advantages does transportation via rail or rail/ship have compared to road transportation? What is the unique selling point (UPS)? The crucial point for customers when choosing a mode of transport or a transport partner is and will remain the price. The more important it is to accentuate strengths, unique selling points/decision criteria (reliability, service) that convince the customers. Challenges and chances: Apart from the price, reliability is the main criterion for order placements and decisions Thus, it is essential to offer the customers stable time schedules (currently in progress for the corridor train of Kühne and Nagel). Environmental friendliness (respective CO² emission), that is an important criterion fort the commission, plays a subordinated role for the customers. Politics have to create adequate conditions/incentives to prepare the ground for environmentally friendly transport solutions. To make loading of goods from ship to rail transport easier, special IT solu ons are needed. Politics can make an important contribution to supporting this, too. Challenges for a regional logistics network: From the HUB 53/12 perspective current projects: The logistics network searches for cooperation partners from the Baltic Sea region for projects in the following fields: Use of the system change ship, road and rail Refining of goods (partial assembly, processing, packing) Storage capacities for shorter response times, on demand delivery Product distribu on to Central and Southeastern Europe Apart from this, there is an interest in an integration into the Scandria corridor. The Scandria corridor offers the chance to implement exemplary green transport solutions during sustainable expansion of logistics and infrastructure. During the new INTERREG funding period, the projects SCANDRIA II North and South will foster the experiences and successes of SCANDRIA, SONORA and BSR-Transgovernance and work on latest transport topics. It will be a particular challenge here to integrate the single regions along the corridor into forums and to develop jointly sustainable solutions for the Scandria corridor. Challenges and cooperation potentials for passenger traffic along the Scandria corridor. Challenges from the Public Passenger Transport point of view here: the perspective of the regional transport associations Warnow (VVW) and Berlin- Brandenburg (VBB) A variety of current and completed EU projects, such as EU-Spirit, CAPRICE, Rail Baltica Growth Corridor, INTERFACE, INTERFACE PLUS and ELMOS, shows that improvements regarding infrastructure and transport offers are important topics. Facilitating intermodal,

6 international journeys is on the very top of the EU agenda, too. Still, the use of public transport is partially quite limited 5 (what might be caused by the image). Still, it is an important signal that meanwhile a range of national and regional information systems is available, increasingly providing even real-time time schedule. The weak point: They cover only a limited area. Which means that they are limited to certain means of transport and to certain regions/countries. Thus, the aim has to be an offering of cross-border passenger information in the relevant language by connecting information systems and services. With EU-Spirit 6, a technical solution for connecting local, regional and national timetable information systems has been created: All (up-to-date) information of every involved system are provided in all other systems, too. Thus, information on the entire journey can be translated from the familiar information system in the familiar language. Still, only Denmark, Italy, Austria, Sweden, Luxemburg and some parts of France and Poland have been integrated so far. In Germany, the states Berlin/Brandenburg, Hamburg, Lower Saxony, Bremen, Schleswig-Holstein, Saarland, Rhineland-Palatinate /Rhine-Neckar and Baden-Württemberg have contributed. An integration of Finland is currently in progress. Challenges and chances: Qualitative improvement of the cross-border passenger information: Aim is to provide better and more reliable information on existing public transport offers to the customer. Extension of the timetable information in a spatial dimension: It is aspired to integrate, in addition to busses and trains in public transport, ferries, planes, also remote busses into the existing system. Thus, the service will become more comprehensive and holistic in total. Static time schedule information versus dynamic passenger information (from recorded data to real-time data (train, ferries, public transport): In the EU project INTERFACE PLUS 7, partners from Denmark and Germany currently establish an international passenger real time information system for the cross-border relation Rostock-Gedser. It offers the customers dynamic time schedule information at the stops, in the vehicles, on the ferry, via their mobile phone, in the internet - along the entire travel chain. INTERFACE PLUS builds upon the predecessor project INTERFACE which improved, amongst others, the hinterland connection provided by the public transport system and created a cross-border intermodal ticket in German Danish cooperation Challenges/ Chances Aim is to establish an intermodal cke ng with wide availability, information and transparency ( Long distance traffic connections are not sought after at the VBB but via STENA. ). The Rostock-Gedser solution has transfer potential. It opens the perspective for creating other cross-border and intermodal offers (e. g. Rostock- Trelleborg, Berlin-Copenhagen (via Rostock). It is essential here to establish the conditions for a continuous / combined mobile ticketing together with the single transport companies. 5 Modal Split Passenger Traffic in the Scandria corridor 2010: About 54% motorized private transport, followed by about 27% pedestrian transport, bus (about 10%) and bicycle (about 9%) rail about 3%, plane less than 1%. 6 Additional information are provided in the expert presentation of Jürgen Roß, Verkehrsverbund Berlin- Brandenburg. 7 Additional information are provided in the expert presentation of Günter Gladisch, Verkehrsverbund Warnow

7 Challenges and cooperation potentials for passenger traffic along the Scandria corridor from the perspective of the Stena Line To increase the general satisfaction and to make passenger traffic more attractive in the long run, the company Stena Line sees imperfections in various fields. Challenges and chances: Infrastructure measures at the harbour / at the terminal / on the ferries: Aim is to offer the customers safety, comfort & orientation in an unfamiliar environment with the intention to satisfy the customer in all respects. A joint product can only be developed jointly namely with the representatives in situ (shipping company, port, transport company, municipality). A joint product requires a joint vision and a jointly agreed master plan. Shortly: The service must not end at the hatchway. Improvement of the land-sided accessibility of harbours: Depending on the location of the harbours in relation to the inner city, the situation can differ significantly here (Kiel Rostock, Sassnitz). Any optimization can only be achieved in cooperation with the local transport companies. So skills, So measures or where a need for ac ng that exceeds the indicated measures occurs: To satisfy the customers even more, multilingual signposting and staff have to be (further) implemented. Fast & Cheap vs. Comfortable and affordable to the destination or: the advantages of deceleration: Land-sided travelling has been comparatively unattractive so far. All along their journeys, passengers have to be afraid of missing their connection transport. Challenges: Changes to other means of transport have to be safe along the entire travel chain (bus / train ferry bus / train). Joint a rac veness of transport means, travel and change times to be put under scrutiny. What has a connection public transport ship to offer in comparison with the low cost airlines frequently used these days ( USP )? For achieving growth in the passenger sector, travel occasions have to be created. 8 Past and current project show that the passenger transport field is in motion. State companies ever more increase their communication. The growing synchronization reveals deficits such as long transfer times. Experts agree that the time table synchronization should result into timetable adaptations in the long term. The coming funding period should be used (INTERREG A (South Baltic Region, German-Polish programs) und B (Baltic Sea Region, Central Europe), HORIZON 2020) for analyzing the mentioned questions critically and for addressing the challenges in cross-border alliances. The Scandria corridor offers large cooperation potentials for increasing passenger traffic/public transport volumes. During the workshop, various representatives have shown their interest in addressing the existing challenges together. 8 Additional information are provided in the specialist lecture of Hardy Puls, Stena Line

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