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  1. Baltic Sea Region INTERREG III B Neighbourhood Programme Speech on Transport and Communication with reference to Measure 2.2.: Creating sustainable communication links for improved spatial integration (transport and communication) Bogdan Ołdakowski, CEO Actia Forum Ltd PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  2. Actia Forum Ltd: Established in 2000We offer: Business Consulting (Transport, Tourism, Environment) Public Relations & Lobbing Event Organizer (International Confrences, Seminars, etc...) www.actiaforum.pl PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  3. Thematic Speech: Transport and Communication Introduction Missing themes Transport „background” information Comments tomissing themes PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  4. Missing themes Measure 2.2: Creating sustainable communication links for improved spatial integration Missing themes: Elaboration of the ‘sea motorways’ concept and its adjustment to Baltic Sea conditions Improved access to ICT, based on e-Europe initiative, Pan-Baltic transport multimodal strategy (SSS, networking of ports as gateways providing smooth handling of goods to and from the hinterland) Interregional and hub-bound air traffic in the BSR PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  5. Transport „background” information Cargo turnover in the selected Baltic ports 1999-2003 (‘000 ton). PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  6. Transport „background” information • St. Petersburg– 49,3% • Liepaja – 109% • Riga – 80.8% • Tallinn – 43.1% • Klaipeda – 41.6% • Ventspils – - 20% • Szczecin–Swinoujscie –- 9,9% • Cargo transshipment increased by 19 % • Eastern Baltic ports - significant increase of cargo turnover Change in cargo turnover in 1999-2003 PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  7. Container turnover in the selected Baltic ports (TEU) PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  8. Transport „background” information • St. Petersburg – 127% • Gothenburg – -6.6% • Copenhagen – 4% • Helsinki – 25% • Riga -72% • Gdynia – 64% • Klaipeda – 196% • The Baltic market is dominated by feeder services • Gothenburg and Aarhus are the „ocean” ports but main transhipment in NS ports • Eastern Baltic ports - significant increase of TEU turnover Change in container turnover in 2000 -2003 PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  9. Transport „background” information Ro-ro and ferry market Source: R.Krook: Finnish shipowner’s view on motorways of the Baltic Sea. Motorways of the Baltic Sea Workshop in Sopot. 11.10.2004 PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  10. Transport „background” information Ro-ro and ferry market Source: R.Krook: Finnish shipowner’s view on motorways of the Baltic Sea. Motorways of the Baltic Sea Workshop in Sopot. 11.10.2004 PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  11. Transport „background” information Ro-ro and ferry market The Baltic ferry departures per direction per week Source:The Baltic Sea Region Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow- Main Spatial Trends. PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  12. Transport „background” information Ro-ro and ferry market Passenger traffic in 10 main Baltic ports 2000-2003 PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  13. Annual throughput in BSR 570 million tons 4.2 million TEU 60 million passengers PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  14. Regional split 300 million tons 270 million tons PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  15. Transport „background” information Future prospects of maritime transport Source: Statistical Analyses of the Baltic Maritime Traffic. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  16. Transport „background” information Future prospects of maritime transport: Container Capacity Development – Russia (up to 2008) Source: Drewry Shipping Consultants Ltd PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  17. Transport „background” information Future prospects of maritime transport: Container Capacity Development – Poland (up to 2008) Source: Drewry Shipping Consultants Ltd PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  18. Transport „background” information Future prospects of maritime transport: Container Capacity Development – Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania (up to 2008) Source: Drewry Shipping Consultants Ltd PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  19. Transport „background” information Air Transport in the Baltic Traffic in Baltic airports in 2004 PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  20. Transport „background” information Air Transport in the Baltic Very dynamic growth in the new EU members Liberalization of the marker – „open sky policy” Low costs airline penetration Fast growth of regional and secondary airports PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  21. Transport „background” information Air Transport in the Baltic Air transport is more accessible City tourism development Regional development Mainly UK, Germany and South Europe destinations Lack of inter-regional flights PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  22. Comments tomissing themes Elaboration of the ‘sea motorways’ concept and its adjustment to Baltic Sea conditions & Pan-Baltic transport multimodal strategy (SSS, networking of ports as gateways providing smooth handling of goods to and from the hinterland) PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  23. Comments tomissing themes Future cargo flows in the Baltic: High economic growth (mainly in Russia & new EU members) TEN’s Corridors and land infrastructure development Investments in ports PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  24. Comments tomissing themes Future cargo pattern in the Baltic: Question of hub port in the Baltic Future container system in the Baltic Ferry and Ro-Ro development Intermodality in the ports: It is expected that ports will aim to become logistics platform acting as a interface between various transportations modes and facilitating cargo movement throughout logistics chains PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  25. Comments tomissing themes Rapid increase of sea traffic – up to 50 % in the Gulf of Finland untill 2015 Environmental Challenges (oil, Primorsk 60mln ton/a) Ice conditions Motorway of the Baltic Sea PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  26. Comments tomissing themes • Consolidation and concentration of the freight flow • Challenge for ports to accommodate economic growth and increase of handled cargo • Intermodality • Port/terminal productivity and land use • Hiterland connections • Co-operation of ports and logistic centers are necessary to establish MoS • Important: Sea transport is a private sector and they must be involved Motorway of the Baltic Sea PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  27. Comments tomissing themes Outcomes of the consultation within EU: - Need of top-down planning: administration, region, member states - Need of bottom-up approach: logistics operators, ports, ship-owners, transport users - Need of public and private sector involvement (PPP) Motorway of the Baltic Sea PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  28. Comments tomissing themes Identification of ports and regions for Baltic Sea Motorway Development willing to co-operate EU founding for at least 2 ports projects will be available Baltic ports as the logistics centers (port/terminal planning, information technology, added value service, port-city relations) Ports acoomodating future cargo growth – intra-Baltic and inter-Baltic trade (efficiency, hinterland connections, environmental impacts) Motorway of the Baltic Sea, SSS and multimodality (themes to consider) PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  29. Comments tomissing themes Air transport Efficient airlines connections are vital for mobility and regional development Efficient intra-Baltic air system is also vital for Baltic Sea region development PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania

  30. Comments tomissing themes Air transport (themes to consider) Intra-Baltic Air Transport Development - Tourism and Business Co-operation Regional (secondary) airports planning and its development (old navy airports) Accommodating the air traffic growth in new EU members (city planning, efficient connections to the city-centers, noise questions, airport operations) PARTNER SEARCH FORUM, 23-24 May 2005 in Vilnius, Lithuania