Rail Baltica and Baltic-Adriatic transport corridors in EU, Polish and regional policies

Michał Hackiewicz

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Vol no: 12

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The rapid growth of freight transport and the changing economic, political and environmental conditions have brought a number of significant changes to the European Union’s transportation policies in recent years. These include issues such as improving the energy efficiency of vehicles, implementing intelligent traffic control systems and optimizing logistics chains. Transport corridors are playing an increasingly important role in achieving these goals and building European cohesion. This article systematizes the history of the creation of corridors, focusing on the Rail Baltica and Baltic-Adriatic routes running through Poland and the Mazovian Voivodeship.