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1 TEN-T Core Network Corridors: Scandinavian- Mediterranean Corridor Draft Final Report Status mmmll

2 Mandatory disclaimer The information and views set out in this Draft Final Report are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the Commission. The Commission does not guarantee the accuracy of the data included in this study. Neither the Commission nor any person acting on the Commission's behalf may be held responsible for the use which may be made of the information contained therein. 07 November

3 Table of contents Executive summary on the progress Information on the study as such Aim and organisational structure (KombiConsult) Definition of the corridor (KombiConsult) General alignment Considered modes of transport ScanMed Core Network Corridor and Rail Freight Corridor ScanMed Core Network Corridor and SWIFTLY Green The particular case of Malta Conclusion TENtec Information System (Uniconsult) Gap analysis Data gathering Preparation of the Corridor Forum (KombiConsult) st Corridor Forum meeting nd Corridor Forum meeting rd Corridor Forum meeting th Corridor Forum meeting Identification of stakeholders (Ramböll) Review of studies (Prognos) Studies Existing cooperations Additional sources Elements of the Work Plan Characteristics of the corridor (Ramböll) Methodology (Ramböll) Rail (HaCon) Road (Ramböll) Airports (Gruppo CLAS) Ports (Uniconsult) Rail-road terminals (KombiConsult) Multimodal Transport Market Study (Prognos) Objectives and role of the multimodal transport market study Methodological approach Determination of MTMS relevant "market sections" and nodes Main findings of current international freight transport Future traffic development of market sections and nodes Conclusions of future traffic development of market sections and nodes Future capacities, bottlenecks and missing links Overall conclusion of the MTMS Identification of critical issues on the corridor (KombiConsult) Rail (HaCon) November

4 4.3.2 Road (Ramböll) Airports (Gruppo CLAS) Seaports (Uniconsult) Rail-road terminals (KombiConsult) Multimodal (KombiConsult) Two pre-identified large scale projects (KombiConsult) Objectives for the corridor (Snizek + Partner) Qualitative objectives Rail Road Airports Maritime transport, Ports, MoS Multimodal transport Realization of agreed projects of the Final Work Plan Key performance indicators Implementation (HaCon/KombiConsult) List of projects Deployment plan for traffic management systems Plan for removal of barriers and for the enhancement of efficient multimodal transport Other elements referred to in Article 47 (1) of Regulation (EU) 1316/ Annexes November

5 List of Figures Figure 1: TEN-T Core Network Corridor overview map Figure 2: Breakdown of the tasks assigned to the contractors in the ScanMed Corridor Figure 3: Scheduling of tasks and work packages Figure 4: General alignment (cartogram) of ScanMed Corridor Figure 5: Motorways of the Sea according to TEN-T Priority Axis 21 (INEA) Figure 6: General alignment (cartogram) of ScanMed Corridor and exemplary martime sections Figure 7: Transport infrastucture in Malta Figure 8: Illustration on the relation of Network Statement parameter and TENtec data Figure 9: Rail lines of the ScanMed Corridor Figure 10: Roads on the ScanMed Corridor Figure 11: Airports on the ScanMed Corridor Figure 12: Ports on the ScanMed Corridor Figure 13: Nodes with at least one core rail-road terminal on the ScanMed Corridor Figure 14: Alignment of the ScanMed Corridor Figure 61: Number of projects by mode and country; ( Diverse = multi-country projects) Figure 15: Preparation of all elements of the Work Plan Figure 16: Status of ERTMS deployment along ScanMed Corridor Figure 17: Overview of loading gauge for intermodal services in Italy Figure 18: Proportion of distance on the ScanMed road network between countries Figure 19: Locations and basic facilities of rest areas in Sweden Figure 20: New elctric chargers for road vehicles in Denmark Figure 21: Congestion on local road links in Europe Figure 22: Congestion on inter-urban road links in Europe Figure 23: Infrastructure Parameters on Airports Figure 24: Multimodal connections in ScanMed airports Figure 25: Capacity in ScanMed airports: passenger/year (left) and planes/year (right) Figure 26: Infrastructure Parameters on Ports and Motorways of the Sea Figure 27: Analysis of requirement Sea canal and inland waterway for ScanMed ports Figure 28: Analysis of requirement Rail (no. of tracks) for ScanMed ports Figure 29: Analysis of requirement Road (no. of lanes, only motorway) for ScanMed ports Figure 30: Analysis of requirement Inland Waterways (CEMT class) for ScanMed ports Figure 31: Analysis of requirement Non-discriminatory access to terminal(s) for ScanMed ports November

6 Figure 32: Analysis of requirement Port Reception Facilities (PRF) for ScanMed ports Figure 33: Analysis of requirement LNG bunkering facilities for ScanMed ports Figure 34: Analysis of requirement Onshore power supply (OPS) for ScanMed ports Figure 35: Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Information System and e-maritime services Figure 36: Analysis of requirement Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) for ScanMed ports Figure 37: Analysis of requirement SafeSeaNet (SSN) for ScanMed ports Figure 38: Compliance analysis for ScanMed RRT - rail and road access Figure 40: Seaport freight volumes of ScanMed Corridor in Figure 41: Airport passenger volumes of ScanMed Corridor in Figure 42: RRT freight volumes (terminal regions) of ScanMed Corridor in Figure 43: Road traffic loads for market sections of ScanMed Corridor in Figure 44: Rail traffic loads for market sections of ScanMed Corridor in Figure 45: Corridor specific transport infrastructures and capacity bottlenecks in Finland Figure 46: Forecast capacities for swedish rail sections in 2030 based on decided projects in the National Plan (provided by Regeringskansliet - Government Offices of Sweden) Figure 47: Forecast capacities for Danish and Swedish rail sections in 2020 based on already decided projects till 2020 (Ibu-Øresund 2010) Figure 48: Forecast bottlenecks for German rail sections in 2030 (DB Netz AG 2013) Figure 49: Forecast capacities on an average workday for German rail sections in 2025 based on railwaynetwork in 2007 (BMVI 2014) Figure 50: Average utilization rate 2025 of German ScanMed rail network, Area North (Figure: HaCon; Data Source: DB Netz) Figure 51: Average utilization rate 2025 of German ScanMed rail network, Area North-East (Figure: HaCon; Data Source: DB Netz) Figure 52: Average utilization rate 2025 of German ScanMed rail network, Area South (Figure: HaCon; Data Source: DB Netz) Figure 53: Forecast capacities for German road sections in 2025 based on roadnetwork 2015 (BMVI 2014) Figure 54: Forecast capacities 2025 based on rail network 2009 (ÖBB 2011) Figure 55: Forecast capacities 2025 based on rail network 2025 (ÖBB 2011) Figure 56: Projects München Verona (BMVIT - Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology, 2014) Figure 57: Basic functions and additional services of rail-road terminals Figure 58: Cross section of Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link tunnel (Source: Femern AS 2014) Figure 59: Longitudial section and basic train parameters of Brenner (Source: BBT SE 2014) November

7 Figure 60: Number of projects by envisaged completion time frame Figure 61: Number of projects by mode and country; ( Diverse = multi-country projects) Figure 62: Pre-identified projects which could not yet be confirmed from detailed projects list Figure 63: Costs of projects by mode and country in MEUR November

8 List of tables Table 1: Main branches and sections of ScanMed Corridor Table 2: Nodes of ScanMed Corridor Table 3: Motorways of the Sea projects (7/2014) Table 4: Comparison of approaches of RFC 3 and ScanMed Corridor Table 5: Filling rate of TENtec parameters of ScanMed Corridor Table 6: Data availability of detailed TENtec rail parameters of ScanMed Corridor Table 7: Detailed rail-road terminals aligned with the ScanMed Corridor Table 8: Overview on rail-road terminals on ScanMed Corridor by type Table 9: Overview on rail-road terminals on the ScanMed Corridor by type of connected modes Table 10: Overview of stakeholders of ScanMed Corridor involved in Table 11: Characteristics of ScanMed Corridor Table 12: Objectives of ScanMed Corridor Table 13: Rail network length along ScanMed Corridor Table 14: Deviations in terms of electrification along ScanMed Corridor Table 15: Deviations in terms of axle load along ScanMed Corridor Table 16: Deviations in terms of operating speed along ScanMed Corridor Table 17: Deviations in terms of train length along ScanMed Corridor Table 18: Deployment plan in terms of ERTMS along ScanMed Corridor Table 19: Deployment plan in terms of ETCS for Italy Table 20: Deviations in terms of single track along the corridor (1/2) Table 21: Deviations in terms of single track along the corridor (2/2) Table 22: Main railway operation parameters along ScanMed Corridor Table 24: Overview of the road network distance of ScanMed Corridor Table 25: ScanMed road sections not of express road or motorway standard Table 26: ScanMed road sections with less than two lanes per direction Table 27: Electric charger points in ScanMed countries Table 28: Passenger and freight traffic volumes of ScanMed airports Table 29: Requirements on ScanMed airports Table 30: Analysis of TENtec parameters for ScanMed ports Table 31: Regulation objectives on ports and Motorways of the Sea Table 32: Compliance analysis of ScanMed ports - Transport Network Infrastructure Table 33: Compliance analysis of ScanMed ports - Port & Logistics Infrastructure Table 34: Analysis of requirement Logistics platforms or freight villages (FV) for ScanMed ports Table 35: Compliance analysis of ScanMed ports - I&C Technologies Table 36: Defined nodes for MTMS along ScanMed Corridor Table 37: Defined market sections for MTMS along ScanMed Corridor Table 38: Defined MoS connections for MTMS on ScanMed Corridor November

9 Table 39: International rail freight volumes (1.000 tonnes) covering ScanMed Corridor countries in 2010 (based on ETIS Plus 2010, AlpInfo 2012) Table 40: International road freight volumes (1.000 tonnes) covering ScanMed Corridor countries in 2010 (ProgTrans AG (2012) World Transport Reports, based on Eurostat, AlpInfo 2012) Table 41: International sea freight volumes (1.000 tonnes) covering ScanMed Corridor countries in 2010 (based on ETIS Plus 2010) Table 42: International sea freight volumes (1.000 tonnes) between core ports of ScanMed Corridor in 2010 (based on ETIS Plus 2010) Table 43: Pre-identified sections and categories of critical issues Table 44: Handling capacity, volume and enlargement need 2008/2025 for railroad terminal area in Germany Table 45: Handling capacity, volume and enlargement need 2008/2025 for Inland Waterway-Road Terminal area in Germany Table 46: Planning and construction phases Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link Table 47: Assessment of the performance of the objectives Table 48: Descriptors used in the list of projects included in annex November

10 Abbreviations AAGRlin ABS BMVI BMVIT CEF linear average annual growth rate Ausbaustrecke (upgraded railway line) Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur (German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure) Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie (Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology) Connecting Europe Facility DG MOVE European Commission Directorate General for Mobility and Transport EC ERTMS ETCS EU HGV HSL IM MEUR INEA ITS LNG MoS MS MTMS NBS PP RFC RU ScanMed TEN-T VTMIS WP European Commission European Rail Traffic Management System European Train Control System European Union Heavy goods vehicle High-speed line Infrastructure manager Million Euro Innovative networks and executive agency Intelligent Transport System Liquefied natural gas Motorways of the Sea Member State of the European Union Multimodal transport market study Neubaustrecke (new railway line) Priority Project Rail Freight Corridor Railway undertaking Scandinavian-Mediterranean (Core Network Corridor) Trans-European transport network Vessel Traffic Monitoring and Information Systems Work package Two-digit country codes according to ISO November

11 Executive summary on the progress The 3 rd Progress Report on the study about the Scandinavian-Mediterranean Corridor (ScanMed Corridor) accounted the results achieved by mid-september 2014 and provided the basis for the discussions in the 3 rd Corridor Forum meeting (2 nd October 2014) as well as the working group meetings preceding the Forum meeting. In these meetings the Forum Participants were asked to comment on the report by 17 October s, letters and documents received by that date were considered by the contractor consortium to update the study. In a few cases additional clarifications requested by the consortium that appeared later were included as well. The present Draft Final Report has been jointly prepared by the contractor consortium. The respective consortium partner responsible for a certain part of the report is indicated in the headline of the specific chapter. The first chapter of the document contains general information on the study such as an introduction in the policy framework and the organisational structure of the corridor. Furthermore, the final alignment and the results of data gathering for TENtec Information System are presented. After dealing with the identification of stakeholders (Chapter 2) and review of existing studies (Chapter 3), the elements of the Corridor Work Plan are presented in Chapter 4. This part of the study includes a description of the characteristics of the corridor, the multimodal transport market study, the objectives for the corridor and finally the current (draft) status of the plan for implementation. In brief, the following progress can be reported: The corridor and the infrastructure components belonging to it could finally be defined. Relevant information required by the TENtec Information System of the European Commission could be gathered to a large extent and finally integrated into the TENtec Information System. After passing the inbuilt validation process the data was validated by end of August 2014 so that the task is completed. Stakeholders fulfilling the criteria set by the Regulation (EU) 1315/2013 were identified with their contact details, included in a database and selected for respective Corridor Forum meetings invitations after the approval of the Commission and the Member States, respectively. The stakeholders involved in 2014 until now are included as a separate Annex to the report. The required study review was updated, completed and documented with the 3 rd Progress Report already. Upon request the STRING cooperation was added to the list of relevant border crossing cooperations. 07 November

12 The objectives of the corridor have been proposed by the contractor consortium and agreed upon by the Member States in the restricted meeting after the 2 nd Corridor Forum meeting. The implementation of the finally agreed measures of the project list has been added as a separate objective. The objectives are included in Chapter 4.4, including the detailed parameters. A compliance analysis where the present infrastructure characteristics and the required parameters are compared with each other has been performed, and potential deficits as well as critical issues are marked per parameter. The final version is presented in the respective chapter. The Multimodal Transport Market Study has been completed taking into account the comments received from the stakeholders since the 3 rd Corridor Forum meeting. The final version is presented in this report and its annex. Analysis of the Implementation has progressed with collecting a long list of measures / projects respectively and their descriptors following the table provided by the European Commission. The list of projects takes account of a variety of sources, in particular the pre-identified projects, measures resulting from the compliance analysis, nationally agreed Master Plans and projects provided by the stakeholders. The present list represents the findings of the Contractor Consortium and has not been agreed upon with the Commission or Member States, yet. The status of the deployment plan for traffic management systems (ERTMS in particular) has been updated as well as the plan for removal of barriers and for the enhancement of multimodal transport. The other items required to be included in the Work Plan according to Article 47 of the Regulation (EU) 1316/2013 have been drafted. The following annexes complement the Draft Final Report: Annex 1: List of identified stakeholders, Annex 2: List of reviewed studies and other sources, Annex 3: List of projects, Annex 4: ERTMS deployment plan, Annex 5: Multimodal Transport Market Study (MTMS), Annex 6: Minutes of Meeting of Corridor Forum meetings 07 November

13 1 Information on the study as such 1.1 Aim and organisational structure (KombiConsult) Particular transport infrastructures all over the European Union (EU) that are of international importance, form the trans-european transport network (TEN-T). This network aims at fostering the social, economic and territorial cohesion of the EU and should inure to the benefit of its population. Practically, TEN-T consists of two layers. The basis is built by the comprehensive network; a subset thereof is called core network. In general, the objectives for these two layers are the same, only the time horizon reflects a prioritisation: Whereas the core network has to be implemented by the year 2030, the comprehensive network should be realised until Within the core network, special attention is given to nine corridors, the so-called Core Network Corridors (CNC) which are the new implementation tool of the TEN-T Guidelines. 1 An overview of the corridors as defined in Regulation (EU) 1316/2013 is shown in Figure 1. Therein, the purple coloured line symbolises the Scandinavian- Mediterranean Core Network Corridor (ScanMed Corridor). Each corridor is headed by a European Coordinator. In the case of ScanMed, this function is held by Mr. Pat Cox who was appointed on 12th March 2014 and used to be coordinator for the TEN-T Priority Project No. 1 the high capacity railway axis Berlin- Verona/ Milano-Bologna-Napoli-Messina-Palermo since 2010, before the CNC entered into force. However, the new corridors are much more extensive in scope and nature than the Priority Projects and other corridor instruments which preceded them (e.g. Pan- European Corridors) or run in parallel (e.g. Rail Freight Corridors, "Green Corridors"). The Core Network Corridors are an instrument established to support the implementation of the core network, synchronize investments in order to optimise network benefits, be or become "multimodal", involving at least three Member States, involve stakeholders, co-operate also with the appointed coordinators for European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS), Mr. Karel Vinck, and Motorways of the Sea (MoS), Mr. Brian Simpson. 1 Regulation (EU) No 1315/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2013 on Union guidelines for the development of the trans-european transport network; Regulation (EU) No 1316/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2013 establishing the Connecting Europe Facility. 07 November

14 European Commission; Figure 1: TEN-T Core Network Corridor overview map The new set-up has to be inclusive also in its stakeholder approach within the Commission, with the Member States, with the infrastructure managers, local and regional authorities, transport users and civil society. The implementation of the Core Network Corridors is therefore accompanied by the Member States and other stakeholders selected by the Member States who are working in the Corridor Forum. The main tasks of the Corridor Forum, as a consultative body to the European Coordinator, are to provide access to relevant data, information and projects relevant for the analysis, actively contribute to establish the Corridor Work Plan by the end of 2014, which is the central output of the first year. The European Coordinator and the Member States in the Corridor Forum are supported by consultancy firms contracted by the European Commission. For the study on ScanMed Corridor, the Commission accepted the tender of a consortium of seven companies, namely: KombiConsult GmbH, Frankfurt am Main, as lead partner; Gruppo CLAS S.p.A., Milano; HaCon Ingenieurgesellschaft mbh, Hannover; 07 November

15 Prognos AG, Basel; Ramboll Management Consulting A/S, København; Snizek + Partner Verkehrsplanungs GmbH, Wien and UNICONSULT Universal Transport Consulting GmbH, Hamburg. The main tasks of the contractors are: fact finding: identification of stakeholders, gathering and review of existing studies and materials, introduction of infrastructure parameters in TENtec; support for the meetings of the Corridor Forum; preparation of the Work Plan to be agreed upon in the Corridor Forum and to be adopted by the Member States at a later stage. The contract 2 between the European Commission and the contractors defines these works in detail. The responsibilities for the single tasks are illustrated in the following diagram (Figure 2). Project Management Study on TEN T Core Network Corridor 5 Responsible: KombiConsult Task 1: Identification of relevant stakeholders Responsible: Ramböll Task 2: TENtec Information System Responsible: Uniconsult Task 3: Corridor Forum Responsible: KombiConsult Task 4: Preparation of all elements of work plan Responsible: HaCon Figure 2: Breakdown of the tasks assigned to the contractors in the ScanMed Corridor These tasks and the corresponding work packages (WP) are carried out according to a jointly agreed time schedule (see Figure 3). By end of October 2014, the substantial activities that lead to the Corridor Work Plan are completed. So this report documents 2 Contract N MOVE/B1/FV /Study on Scandinavian-Mediterranean TEN-T Corridors/ LOT 5/SI November

16 the results of the study including the draft final Work Plan to be fine-tuned among the stakeholders participating in the 4th Corridor Forum Meeting, which was announced to take place in Brussels on 20th of November Project & Quality Management Project Month Task 1 Identification of Stakeholders WP 1 Set up a database of relevant Stakeholders Task 2TENtec Information System WP 2 Gap analysis of existing state of TENtec WP 3 Data gathering and completion of TENtec Task 3 Corridor Forum WP 4 Prep., support, follow up of Corridor Forum Meetings Meeting dates in Brussels 1st 1. 2nd 17. 3rd Task 4Preparation of all elements of the work plan WP 5 Characteristics of the Core Network Corridor WP 6 Objectives of the Core Network Corridor WP 7 Multimodal Transport Market Study WP 8 Programme of Measures WP 9 Implementation Plan WP 10 Investment Plan th Forum Figure 3: Scheduling of tasks and work packages 1.2 Definition of the corridor (KombiConsult) General alignment The longest of all TEN-T Core Network Corridors, the ScanMed Corridor, links the major urban centres in Germany and Italy to Scandinavia (Oslo, København, Stockholm, Helsinki) and the Mediterranean (Italian seaports, Sicily and Malta). It represents a crucial axis for the European economy, crossing almost the whole continent from North to South. The cartogram 3 in Figure 4 shows the corridor s schematic alignment and its core nodes according to the TEN-T and CEF-Regulations. As defined in Regulation (EU) 1316/2013, Annex I Part 1, the corridor consists of several branches which can be split into main sections as listed in Table 1. In that table, information on their overlapping with the Scandinavian-Mediterranean Rail Freight Corridor (RFC3), former Priority Projects (PP) as well as the maritime character of respective sections is included. 3 To enable an impression of the whole corridor, this non-scale kind of illustration does not map the corridor infrastructure exactly, and not all connections between corridor nodes are shown. For detailed routing per mode of transport, see Chapter November

17 Similar to the cartogram, sections belonging to other corridors beside ScanMed have been marked, too. These are the following: Bremen Hannover (North Sea Baltic and Orient/East-Med); Würzburg Nürnberg (Rhine Danube); Rostock Berlin (Orient/East-Med). Oslo Örebro Stockholm (Hallsberg) Göteborg Helsinki NSB NO SE Turku- Kouvola FI Naantali Kotka- Hamina RU Taulov Bremen NSB, OEM Hannover NSB, OEM Würzburg DE København DK Nürnberg RD La Spezia Pisa Livorno Lübeck Hamburg NSB, OEM Roma München RD Innsbruck Verona Med Firenze Malmö Trelleborg Rostock OEM Leipzig, Halle OEM Bologna BA, Med Mjölby Berlin NSB, OEM AT IT Ancona Bari ScanMed Corridor core node/section Core node/section shared with other CNC Section point Other CNC: BA Baltic-Adriatic Med Mediterranean NSB North Sea-Baltic OEM Orient/East-Med RD Rhine-Danube Alignmentaccording to EU-Regulation 1316/2013, Annex I, including core nodes according to EU-Regulation 1315/2013, Annex II Napoli Gioia Tauro Palermo Taranto Augusta Valletta Marsaxlokk MT Figure 4: General alignment (cartogram) of ScanMed Corridor 07 November

18 Country FI Section name Maritime section / Priority Project (PP) / Rail Freight Corridor (RFC)** RU border Hamina/Kotka Nordic Triangle rail/road (PP 12) Hamina/Kotka - Helsinki PP 12 Helsinki - Turku/Naantali PP 12 FI/SE Turku/Naantali - Stockholm Maritime section SE Stockholm - Malmö PP 12, RFC 3 NO/SE Oslo - Göteborg PP 12 SE Göteborg - Malmö PP 12, RFC 3 Malmö - Trelleborg SE/DK Malmö - København Öresund Strait rail/road (PP 11), RFC 3 DK København - Kolding (Taulov) RFC 3 DK/DE Kolding (Taulov) - Hamburg RFC 3 DK/DE København - Lübeck Fehmarn Belt railway axis (PP 20), RFC 3 DE DE Lübeck - Hamburg PP 20, RFC 3 Hamburg - Hannover PP 20, RFC 3 Bremen* - Hannover PP 20 Hannover - Würzburg RFC 3 Shared with other Core Network Corridor North Sea-Baltic, Orient/East-Med Würzburg - Nürnberg RFC 3 Rhine-Danube Rostock - Berlin Berlin - Leipzig Railway axis Berlin..Palermo (PP 1) Leipzig - München DE Nürnberg - München PP 1, RFC 3 DE/AT München - Innsbruck PP 1, RFC 3 AT/IT Innsbruck - Verona PP 1, RFC 3 IT IT Verona - Bologna PP 1, RFC 3 Bologna - Ancona RFC 3*** Bologna - Firenze PP 1, RFC 3 Livorno - Firenze RFC 3*** La Spezia - Firenze RFC 3*** Firenze - Roma PP 1, RFC 3 Roma - Napoli PP 1, RFC 3 Napoli - Bari RFC 3*** Bari - Taranto RFC 3*** IT/MT Taranto - Valletta Maritime section IT Napoli - Gioia Tauro PP 1, RFC 3 Gioia Tauro - Palermo PP 1, RFC 3 IT/MT Palermo - Valletta Maritime section IT Gioia Tauro - Augusta RFC 3*** IT/MT Augusta - Valletta Maritime section * ** *** Table 1: Orient/East-Med Wilhelmshaven and Bremerhaven as well as their connection to Bremen are explicitly not part of ScanMed according to Regulation (EU) 1316/2013, although they have an important functional relation to the corridor. Rail Freight Corridor 3 = Rail Freight Corridor Scandinavian-Mediterranean, preliminary alignment will be defined after its transport market study has been completed and adopted by its implementation bodies. Identification that section belongs to RFC 3 was added by RFI after the 2nd Progress Report. Main branches and sections of ScanMed Corridor 07 November

19 Along with the sections, the corridor is defined by punctual infrastructures within core nodes. The following categories of nodes are differentiated: airports, maritime and inland ports, rail-road terminals (RRT). Due to the fact that inland waterways are not subject of the analysis of this corridor, the Commission and Member States agreed to disregard also inland ports from the analysis. Another special type of node is the "urban node", defined as an "urban area where the transport infrastructure of the trans-european transport network, such as ports including passenger terminals, airports, railway stations, logistic platforms and freight terminals located in and around an urban area, is connected with other parts of that infrastructure and with the infrastructure for regional and local traffic" (Regulation (EU) 1315/2013, Article 3 (p)). This term confirms the importance of certain nodes regarding multimodal integration and as access points to the corridor's hinterland. Urban nodes of the core network of ScanMed Corridor are, according to Regulation (EU) 1315/2013, Annex II: FI: Helsinki and Turku; SE: Stockholm, Göteborg and Malmö; DK: København; DE: Hamburg, Bremen, Hannover, Berlin, Leipzig, Nürnberg and München; IT: Bologna, Roma, Napoli and Palermo; MT: Valletta. Table 2 shows the compilation of ScanMed core nodes and their categories according to Regulation (EU) 1315/2013, Annex II. The nodes shared with other corridors are: Helsinki (North Sea Baltic); Rostock (Orient/East-Med); Hamburg, Bremen, Berlin, Hannover (North Sea Baltic and Orient/East-Med); Leipzig, Halle (Orient/East-Med); Nürnberg, München (Rhine-Danube); Verona (Mediterranean) and Bologna (Baltic Adriatic and Mediterranean). The Commission and the consortia agreed upon a work share for these nodes and sections that are part of more than one corridor. Accordingly, each consortium has to analyse every section and node belonging to its respective corridor and only the final input of data into the TENtec Information System has to be done by one contractor consortium per shared entity. 07 November

20 Country Node name Airport Maritime Port Inland Port RRT FI SE Kotka-Hamina Kouvola Hamina Kotka** x Shared with other Core Network Corridor Helsinki* Vantaa x North Sea-Baltic Turku*- Naantali Turku Turku, Naantali Stockholm* Arlanda x x Örebro Malmö* x Sturup x x Göteborg* Landvetter x x x Trelleborg x x NO Oslo x x x x DK DE IT MT x (Arsta, Stockholm North)** Hallsberg København* Kastrup x x (Taastrup)** Taulov (Kolding) Rostock x x Orient/East-Med (OEM) Lübeck x x x Hamburg* x x x x North Sea-Baltic + OEM Bremen*, Bremerhaven Bremen Bremen Bremen Bremen North Sea-Baltic + OEM Berlin* BBI (BER) x Großbeeren North Sea-Baltic + OEM Hannover* x x x North Sea-Baltic + OEM Leipzig*, Halle Leipzig-Halle x Schkopau, Wahren OEM Nürnberg* x x x Rhine-Danube München* x Riem Rhine-Danube Verona x Mediterranean (Med) Bologna* x x Med + Baltic-Adriatic Ancona x Iesi Firenze La Spezia x Prato Livorno x Guasticce Collesalvetti Roma* Fiumicino Pomezia Napoli* Capodichino x Nola, Marcianise- Maddaloni Bari x x Taranto Gioia Tauro Palermo* Augusta x Valletta* Malta-Luqa x Marsaxlokk x x Palermo, Termini Imerese terminal x x Wilhelmshaven and Bremerhaven are explicitly not part of ScanMed Corridor; * Urban Node according to Regulation (EU) 1315/2013, Annex II; ** names clarified by the Member State. Table 2: Nodes of ScanMed Corridor 07 November

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