Thursday, July 13th, 2017
Several Interreg programmes offer great opportunities for transport related cooperation projects contributing to the transition towards a low carbon and circular economy and improved framework conditions for innovation or just more effective technologies.The uptake of funding for and by transport projects within Interreg programmes has been slow, leaving considerable amounts of ERDF unused.Until today mainly projects focusing on green personal mobility have been submitted to Interreg but the volume of approved projects remains limited. Other areas of transport remain for the moment largely uncovered with also a low influx of project ideas.
The Interreg National Contact Points (NCP) within Flanders Innovation and Entrepreneurship call upon all interested parties with knowledge of advanced project ideas in the field of transport and wishing to work together in supporting related consortia towards a possible Interreg application.
Interreg NCPs within FIE offer the following services:
In terms of timing the ambition is to make as much as possible use of the nearest upcoming Interreg calls deadlines. This also to avoid as much as possible collision with possible BREXIT fall-out in certain Interreg programmes.