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From speed and transit to accessibility and regional development

The railway has to be strengthened in order to be able to absorb as much as possible of the expected growth in traffic, when the fixed link across Fehmarn Belt opens in 2021. This requires action from the political decision-makers; this is a key-recommendation in the final report from the Green STRING Corridor project.

Monstertrucks versus Greenliners

The names of High Capacity Transportation (HCT) make a difference. Advocating longer and heavier trucks through Scandinavia and Northern Germany, the different technical requirements and framework conditions of Sweden, Denmark and Germany is a major issue. How do we move forward from here - read on.

Longer trains and the modal split in freight transport

Why is the Danish modal split so small? How come the percentage of rail freight isn't larger, considering the massive infrastructure investments in rail?

These and many questions were discussed at our Round Tabe discussion last week. Read more here!

New report: Is there potential for cluster development within transport and logistics in the STRING region?

The Green STRING Corridor project is coming to an end but with the Declaration of Cooperation, these actors have agreed to continue and develop the cooperation. The goal is to strengthen the transport and logistics sector within the corridor by creating new, innovative transport and logistics solutions across industries and geography.

New video: The project's 3 years told under 10 minutes

The Green STRING Corridor has worked hard on making an informative video that combines animated graphics and interviews with key stakeholders.

Our vision has been to condense three years of hard work and a large amount of accumulated information and knowledge within the project's scope.


The film shows our aim: Promoting the potential of innovative transport and logistics solutions and developing a green transport corridor between the Öresund Region and Hamburg, capitalising on the benefits of the coming fixed Femern Belt link.

Thank you and Auf Wiedersehen

As of November the 30th 2014, the Interreg project has come to an end. But we are hopeful that our many findings, conclusions and recommendations will live on with our different partners as a basis and inspiration for further work on promoting innovative transport and logistics solutions within the STRING region.


The Project Management would like to thank all partners and colleagues cooperating in the Green STRING Corridor project.


Green STRING Corridor is an interregional cooperation facilitating innovative transport and logistics in a Green STRING Corridor Öresund- Hamburg.