Baltic Transport Outlook
Freight transport plays an important role in the overall picture
Emissions, congestion and safety
Facilitating trans-national funding cooperation in the field of transport research
Visions for future Freight Transport
Interconnections between passenger transport networks
Report on Scenario, Traffic Forecast and Analysis of Traffic on the TEN-T
The most recent state-of-the-practice transport-oriented 4-steps forecast model available at EU level
Model improvements and scenario calculations
Long-term Analysis of the Future of Transport
The future societal development and transport
The Fehmernbelt Transport – trends and patterns
Passenger and freight traffic between Scandinavia and main-land Europe
A Tetraplan lead consortium has investigated transport in the Baltic area
European Modular System (EMS) or Higher Capacity Vehicles (HCV) are longer and heavier road trains. They can be up to 25,25 meters long and weigh up to 60 tonnes and the idea is that two EMS can replace three normal road trains and thereby reduce the emissions from freight transport on road.
Tetraplan is a partner in ERA-NET TRANSPORT (ENT), a comprehensive and powerful network of national ministries and supporting organisations in the field of transport research. ENT improves the outcome and quality of transport research in Europe, through cooperation between publicly financed transport research programmes.
How do we ensure economic growth and deal with growing transport demand, while reducing emissions, fossil fuel dependency and accidents? The FREIGHTVISION Project has developed visions, scenarios and action plans for transport and technology policy for long distance freight transport in the EU until 2050.
Tetraplan is a partner in the INTECONNECT project, working on creating improved interconnections between short and long distance passenger transport networks, to make the passenger transport in the EU more efficient and reduce the environmental impact from passenger transport.
Tetraplan was coordinator for the TEN Connect project, involving 9 European partners and resulting in a report on Scenario, Traffic Forecast and Analysis of Traffic on the TEN-T, taking into Consideration the External Dimension of the European Union
Tetraplan was partner in the the development of the latest TRANS-TOOLS model: the most recent state-of-the-practice transport-oriented 4-steps forecast model available at EU level that includes specific socioeconomic modules based on complementary modelling paradigms.
Tetraplan was the lead partner for an international consortium of nine partners
The focus to this project performed for the Danish Road Directorate was scenarios and long-term analysis of the future of Transport, based on an analysis of societal drivers to transport and the EU Commissiots Transport White Paper 2011.
Tetraplan has performed an analysis of the present trends and patterns in surface transport of passenger and freight transport between Scandinavia and main-land Europe crossing the southern part of the Baltic Sea or the land border between Denmark and Germany.