Objectives of the following projects are related to the Actions of PA Transport. Activities of these projects give their input to the achievement of strategic goals of the EU Baltic Sea Strategy. 


  •  Project Biogas - Established Sustainable Technology in A Circular Economy (BEST ACE)

The aim of the project is to create a  roadmap of biogas situation in the countries around the Baltic Sea. The roadmap will clearly indicate the necessary fields of cooperation in the region. From the transport point of view the project  identifies possibilities to use  liquified biomethane in long-haul transport (trucks and buses) and maritime sector.

The project is led by the Energikontor Sydost AB (Sweden).

The website of the project: BioFuel RegionBEST ACE - BioFuel Region

The project is financed by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme.


  • Project Green Ports Fostering Zero-Emission in Blue Supply Chains (Blue Supply Chains)

The aim of the project is to greening port operations and combined transport chains. The project focuses on establishing onshore power supply (OPS) solutions to ports  and electrifying port handling equipment (gantry cranes). In addition to that green bunkering strategy for ports and  pilot dealing with rail ferry services between Rostock & Trelleborg will be developed. In the field of inland navigation zero emission vessel service between Kalipeda & Kaunas in Lithuania will be established.

The project is led by   the Hafen Hamburg Marketing e.V (Germany)

The website of the project: https://interreg-baltic.eu/project/bluesupplychains/

 LinkedIn account: https://www.linkedin.com/company/blue-supply-chains

The project is financed by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme


  • Project Preparing cities for sustainable Urban Air Mobility (CITY AM)

The aim of the project is to create the Urban Air Mobility (UAM) system which is prepared to use small and large unmanned aircrafts (drones). The project focuses on how can drones find their way into traditional urban mobility systems: what will urban planners and traffic planners need to take into account when developing new policies or designing new neighbourhoods;  to what extent does existing infrastructure need to be adapted to accommodate drones; how do we best take the opinions of citizens into consideration? 

The project is led by  the Forum Virium Helsinki Oy (Finland)

The website of the project:  CITYAM - Interreg Baltic Sea Region (interreg-baltic.eu) 

LinkedIn account: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cityam-project/

The project is financed by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme


  • Project  Enabling clean road freight transport in the BSR by creating a transnational network of hydrogen refuelling stations for trucks (HY Trucks)

The aim of the project is to plan a Baltic Sea Region wide network of hydrogen refuelling stations suited for large trucks. The main empahsis will be put on the TEN-T Core Network corridors that function as main routes for international road freight transport in the region. During the project spatial planning concept for each pilot region, the North
Sea-Baltic TEN-T corridor and the Scandinavian-Mediterranean TEN-T corridor will be developed.

The project is led by the Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Infrastruktur, Tourismus und Arbeit Mecklenburg-Vorpommern - Abteilung Energie und Landesentwicklung (Germany)

The website of the project:   https://interreg-baltic.eu/project/hytruck 

The project is financed by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme.


  • Project  Sustainable flow of goods and decreased CO2 emissions of transportation (Sustainable Flow)

The aim of the project is to provide decision-making tools with practical solutions for  maritime sector to reduce their CO2 emissions in intermodal/multimodal transport systems. The project focuses  on energy savings & renewable energy with the aim to reduce CO2 emissions around 10% from the current level.

The project is led by the Satakunta  University of Applied  Sciences (Finland)

The website of the project: https://centralbaltic.eu/project/sustainable-flow

 The project is financed by the Interreg Central Baltic Programme


  • Project  Northern Dimension Partnership goes Real Time Economy

The project will map and solve legal and ICT infrastructure challenges of the participating countries concerning the implementation and use of the standardized digital version of the international consignment notes (the e-CMR protocol) -as well as solutions related to the EU Electronic Freight Transport Information (eFTI) regulation. 

The NDPTL eCMR project will perform studies on legal and ICT readiness of the participating countries for these legal frameworks and technologies, on opportunities for the use of the European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI) as well as push for a regional implementation roadmap and declaration on the theme. In addition, the project will develop further the existing eCMR software prototype developed within earlier projects Diginno, DinnoCap and DinnoProto. This eCMR prototype will be provided with new functionalities, including considering the use of European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI) and self-sovereign identifiers (SSI), and a new, more user-friendly, GUI.

The project is led by  Lithuanian association of digital technology companies called  INFOBALT (Lithuania).

The project is financed by the NDPTL Support Fund.


  • Project  Revitalisation of Inner-Urban Freight Rail Hubs (UrbFRail )

With the aim to shift goods from road to rail and to make last mile transport more sustainable, inner-urban freight rail infrastructure is coming into focus again. Its development is a complex issue, as a number of requirements have to be met. By developing a set of tool, UrbFRail aims to enable spatial and transport planners to select suitable areas for freight rail hubs and to foster their revitalization.

The website of the project: https://interreg-baltic.eu/project/urbfrail/

The project is led by the Berlin Senate Department for Mobility, Transport, Climate Protection and the Environment.

The project is financed by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme


  • Project Baltic Sea region Active mobiliTy Solutions - in darkness and all weather conditions  (BATS)

Walking and cycling or: Active Mobility is an accessible, healthy and green mode of transport. In dark winters, with snow and rain, active mobility usage drops. Mobility and road planning is still largely focused on cars, and cycling and walking planning typically targets daylight and warmer weather conditions. To increase Year-Round Active Mobility (YRAM), suitable infrastructure and equipment must be in place, and citizens need to see it as an attractive and safe option. Public Authorities responsible for urban design, mobility planning and road maintenance do not currently give special consideration for YRAM. By learning about the benefits and opportunities, and accessing new tools and evidence-based recommendations on YRAM, planners can implement the right interventions to increase active mobility use all year round, contributing to low carbon mobility systems. The project BATS supports local and regional authorities to design and implement policies, infrastructures and campaigns that effectively promote walking and cycling in adverse light and weather conditions. Solutions will be co-developed and tested in 7 BSR countries and transferred to neighbouring cities and regions.

The website of the project:https://interreg-baltic.eu/project/bats/

The project is led by Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg-Borough of Altona.

The project is financed by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme


  • Project New North- Transport, Logistics and Security of Supply

The project focuses on the development of transport and logistics systems in the northern region of Scandinavia. The aim of the project is to create  green transport corridors, develop sustainable electric aviation suitable serving the region and secure smooth supply of cargo between different northern regions of Finland, Sweden and Norway.

The website of the project: https://www.lapinliitto.fi/en/regional-planning/new-north-transport-logistics-and-security-of-supply/
The project is led by Lapland Regional Council .

The project is financed by the Interreg Aurora Programme


  • Project BSR HyAirport

The aim of the BSR HyAirport project is to facilitate the early adoption of key  hydrogen technology in the Baltic Sea Regiob by preparing airports for storing, handling, and delivering this green  fuel as a future energy source in aviation. With a partnership of airports, technology partners, airlines, and research institutions from across the programme area, the project will create a unique platform for the joint development, implementation, and testing of practical solutions serving the common challenges and specific needs of hydrogen-powered aviation in the region.

The website of the project: BSR HyAirport - Interreg Baltic Sea Region (interreg-baltic.eu)

The project is led by Hamburg Airport.

The project is financed by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme