TEN-T Planning Methodology

9.31
From 2009 to 2010
The Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) policy is part of the central planning guideline of European transport planning. The objective of the TEN-T policy is to ensure the provision of the EU infrastructure in line with the economic, social and political objectives formulated in the Lisbon Treaty. More specifically, the TEN-T policy is aimed at maintaining current and shaping future multi-model networks on the territory of the Member States. With the continuing enlargement of the European Union the necessity for a reformed European planning approach became evident.

The TEN-T network planning approach developed in this study is aimed at supporting the EU's planning ambitions by providing a methodological backbone to the TEN-T policy, in particular for the "core network" as defined in the Green Paper.

Period

From 2009 to 2010

Client

European Commission, DG MOVE

Partner

NEA, ITS, PWC, ISIS, TNO

Our team

Griet De Ceuster
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