A new brochure on the first major output of the LinkingDanube project gives an overview on how linking services can be implemented in a multi-stakeholder environment. The brochure explains the technical and organisational concept for establishing a transnational, multimodal travel information service across borders. It points out the significance with regard to EU policy and legislation while setting out the benefits for both the service providers and the users.

The idea of creating such a manual arised at a Conference held in September. Since the EUSAIR Strategy is higly compley, the promotion of the Streategys aims, added value and achivements is hard. The Communication manual helps improving our understanding toward the Strategy, and defining our role and responsibility through the process of macro-regional communication. The material is divided into 3 parts, with quiding questions to help discover our ideas and thoughts. More details available here.

The Third call for proposals of the Danube Transnational Programme will be open soon! Check out the Third Call section at the DTP website and find everything you need to know about it and keep yourself updated for more to come! Start working on your project ide today. If you are looking for partners, see our project market area here.

The European Comittee of Regions has published a brochure on examples of good practices by EGTCs across Europe. The publication presents exemplary initiatives in the field of healthcare, transport, tourism, nature protection among others from all over the European Unioin. For further details please click here.

In the frame of the pilot program called b-solutions, the main aim is to collect concrete and repeatable actions which help in the identification and test of solutions to be used to overcome legal and administrative cross-border obstacles. The pilot program was promoted by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Regional & Urban Policy (DG REGIO) and managed by the Association of European Border Regions (AEBR). The last call has closed on 30th April.






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