5. Decreased CO2 emissions
As a result of cross-border cooperation, CO2 emissions are reduced from intermodal transport nodes and areas.
The programme objective tackles challenges related to CO2 intensity of transport systems, the lack of multimodal integration, and the low level of use of less CO2 intensive mobility solutions.
The focus is on the existing Central Baltic transport nodes and areas as well as on the aims of improving the mobility solutions in large and small urban transport systems (also the ones servicing hinterlands of the urban areas). The goal is to achieve joint mobility solutions and improved intermodal mobility that help reduce CO2 emissions.
The projects funded under this programme objective should also achieve improvements in efficiency and usability of transport nodes and areas and urban intermodal systems.
Types of partners
Organisations and authorities on national, regional and local level, private companies relevant for improving transport nodes/corridors and achieving CO2 reductions.
Indicative list of actions supported
- Awareness raising
- Analysis and surveys
- Plans, drawings, and designs
- Planning and investing into digital solutions and processes
- Small scale investments leading to lower CO2 emissions
- Experience exchange activities as joint seminars, study visits, surveys and trainings
Any project should use a suitable mix of these actions based on the project topic. The chosen mix of actions must be relevant for achieving the contribution to both the project and programme results.
The main target groups
People, visitors, businesses as the users of less CO2 intensive, improved transport nodes/corridors, multimodal and mobility solutions.
- Number of improved intermodal transport nodes and corridors with CO2 reductions
- Solutions taken up or up scaled by organisations
- The number of participating (in project activities) organisations and companies
- Organisations cooperating across borders