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Facilitating cross-border transport infrastructure planning in the Nordic Region

This report is the second and final report in the project titled NORDINFRA – “Nordic transport infrastructure planning – institutional barriers and opportunities for coordination” (Nordisk transport infrastrukturplanering. Institutionella hinder och möjligheter till samordning) (2021-2023). NORDINFRA is a research project led by Nordregio and conducted by researchers from Nordregio and Umeå University, financed by the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket). The aim of the project is to increase knowledge about cross-border transport infrastructure planning in the Nordic Region. The project sets out not only to identify barriers to cross-border transport infrastructure planning, but also to highlight opportunities and propose measures to facilitate cross-border transport infrastructure planning.
Authors: Anna Lundgren, Linnea Löfving (Nordregio) and Lars Westin (Umeå University)
Cover pictures: Lennart Schultz, unsplash.com
Layout: Nordregio
Nordregio report 2023:6
ISSN: 1403-2503
ISBN (online): 978-91-8001-064-1
ISBN (pdf): 978-91-8001-065-8
DOI: http://doi.org/10.6027/R2023:6.1403-2503
Nordregio is a leading Nordic and European research centre for regional development and planning, established by the Nordic Council of Ministers in 1997. We conduct solution-oriented and applied research, addressing current issues from both a research perspective and the viewpoint of policymakers and practitioners. Operating at the international, national, regional and local levels, Nordregio’s research covers a wide geographic scope, emphasising the Nordic and Baltic Sea Regions, Europe and the Arctic.
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