The updated Alpine PoK for Mobility and Transport offers a user-friendly interface that gathers results of studies, projects and activities of the EUSALP Action Group4 Mobility (AG4). The Alpine PoK for Mobility and Transport will be continuously updated to become an important communication and decision-support tool on transport in the Alpine Region.
Action Group 4 of the EU Strategy of the Alpine Region (EUSALP) is an Alpine wide platform of states, regions and stakeholders working to coordinate and harmonise their activities for a sustainable transport and mobility system. Its mission is to build a common understanding of transport policy and mobility, to define common objectives and to launch specific activities and projects.Further information on the EUSALP AG4
The iMONITRAF! network is a political network of Alpine regions along the major alpine crossing transit corridors. Its aim is to harmonise the modal shift policy along the corridors, with the objective of reducing environmental burdens of transalpine transport. In the frame of previous Interreg projects, the iMONITRAF! WebGIS was developed to include annual data collection on selected indicators. Continuous data collection since 2005 is analysed and published in the iMONITRAF! annual report.
European Region Tyrol - South Tyrol - Trentino
Co-leader of the EUSALP AG4
The update of the Alpine PoK for Mobility and Transport is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space Programme.
The information is provided by iMONITRAF! and by Action Group 4 of the Macro-regional Strategy for the Alpine Region EUSALP.
EUSALP transport and mobility conflict map
The aim of the CONFLICT MAP is to identify the most important challenges and conflicts of transport and mobility in the Alpine Region and to visualise them by means of concrete examples to inform the wider public about the importance and complexity of the topic, balancing the sustainable social, economic and ecological development of the Alpine Region.
Find out more about the challenges in the Alpine Region by clicking on the Icons in the map.
The Alpine Region as a hotspot of cross-border commuter flows in Europe
The share of cross-border commuters, crossing at least one national border on the transfers between home and work, is significantly higher in the Alpine Region than the European average values.
In the frame of the ARPAF project CrossBorder existing cross-border commuter flows in twelve pre-selected commuter hotspots in the Alpine Region are analysed based on in- and outgoing commuter flows, as well as on infrastructure quality of road and rail. CrossBorder aims at identifying gaps in the infrastructure and at facilitating sustainable cross-border commuting, avoiding negative impacts on economy, society and the environment. Find out more about the commuter hot spots in the Alpine Region by clicking on the Icons in the map.
Baltic - Adriatic corridor
It runs from the Baltic seaports of Gdansk, Gdynia, Szczecin and Swinoujscie in the north, to the Adriatic ports of Koper, Trieste, Venice and Ravenna in the south North-sea Mediterranean.
It runs between the south-western Mediterranean region of Spain and the Ukrainian border with Hungary, following the coastlines of Spain and France and crossing the Alps towards the east through Italy, Slovenia and Croatia and continuing through Hungary up to its eastern border with Ukraine.
Rhine - Alpine corridor
It connects key North Sea ports of Belgium and the Netherlands with the Mediterranean port of Genoa.
North Sea - Mediterranean corridor
It stretches from the Scottish capital Edinburgh in the north, to the French ports of Marseille and Fos-sur-Mer in the south; passing through Ireland, England, the Low Countries and the French capital, before skirting the French/German boarder en-route south.