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Beckmann, Klaus
Endemann, Peter
Frezadou, Irini
Heinrichs, Bernhard
Heldt, Petra
Hörl, Bardo
Niedermaier, Mathias
Perić, Ana
Scholl, Bernd
Schönwandt, Walter
Siegmann, Jürgen
Vetsch, Hans-Peter
Voigt, Andreas
Zillmer, Sabine
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Position Paper of the ARL 112
For four years, a group of experts from public administration, academia and practice has collaborated to highlight the important aspects of corridor development, to provide a first integrated assessment for the entire corridor system and to prepare a draft of an integrated strategy. Of course, this is just a beginning and should be followed up by additional initiatives to produce an organisational framework that will allow intensified collaboration on the corridors, which are so important for the cohesion of Europe. Moreover, we hope that our insights will also stimulate the development of the OEM Corridor and similar investigations into other European corridors. Due to the international nature of the project topic, the working group comprises prominent experts of spatial development and infrastructural engineering from both academia and from planning practice, and from various countries along the corridor [...].
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