What's the Corridor Week

During Corridor Week (from 6 to 8 November 2018), symposiums and other events have been planned on multimodality, clean transport and cross-border cooperation on international corridors. In several events and conferences, partners will attempt to take a step forward in international cooperation in this part of Europe: the Eurodelta.

At a time when the gas tap is closing, the last mine in the Ruhr area will close, the Silk Road is on the rise and the results of the Paris Climate Agreement have yet to become visible, it is important to guarantee the future of the Eurodelta. The Province of Zuid-Holland is hosting Corridor Week as an initiative to connect all parties,- and thus the corridors-, thereby uniting efforts in Flanders, North Rhine-Westphalia and the Dutch provinces of Gelderland, Limburg, Noord-Brabant, Overijssel and Zeeland into a single, strong Eurodelta network and initiating work towards a common agenda for corridors.

The Eurodelta consists of a variety of economic centres, which together are crucial to the economic performance of the Eurodelta. A sustainable and multimodal corridor approach can be achieved only by working together.

Corridor Week will serve as a platform in which policy-makers, entrepreneurs and researchers from the Eurodelta will contribute to a working agenda in the run-up to a single powerful Eurodelta network. Port companies, large business associations (VNO-NCW, Deltalinqs), provinces/regions, large municipalities and knowledge institutes are invited to show commitment to this network and the working agenda that will be adopted.