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The displayed TEN-T trajectories and TEN-T nodes are based on the commission adopted comprehensive and core network (REGULATION (EU) No 1315/2013 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 11 December 2013 on Union guidelines for the development of the trans-European transport network and repealing Decision No 661/2010/EU). The comprehensive network constitutes the basic layer of the TEN-T. It consists of all existing and planned infrastructure meeting the requirements of the Guidelines. The comprehensive network is to be in place by 31 December 2050 at the latest. The core network overlays the comprehensive network and consists of its strategically most important parts. It constitutes the backbone of the multi-modal mobility network. It concentrates on those components of TEN-T with the highest European added value: cross border missing links, key bottlenecks and multi-modal nodes. The core network is to be in place by 31 December 2030 at the latest.
The core network corridors is composed of 9 corridors crossing Europe. Covering at least three modes, these Corridors, based upon the Core Network, are set up starting from important entry points into the network, integrating the main cross-border sections and physical bottlenecks still to be realised, corresponding to the main trans-national traffic flows with a genuine European dimension, from the Union’s borders in the east to the ports in the west, from the North and Baltic Seas to the Mediterranean, from the Atlantic Ocean to central Europe.
The background geographic images are taken from the indicated sources.

TENtec Team:

Helmut MORSI, PhD - Team Leader

Sorin-Ştefan ANDREI - GIS group coordinator

Augustina BUDAI - TENtec Developer/reporting

Thomas GASCOIGNE - TENtec Developer

Yves HARDY - Content Manager

Mohammadi LAAZZOUZI - Content group coordinator

Sébastien LIM - Head of IT, TENtec

Savvas PELONIS - UI Designer, Webmaster

Laurent PREILLON - TENtec developer

TEN-T network:

© EC, DG MOVE, TENtec 2014

Background:

© OpenStreetMap contributors, CC-BY-SA

© ESRI

The displayed TEN-T trajectories, incl. corridors, and TEN-T nodes are based on the TEN-T Guidelines and the Connecting Europe Facility (Regulations (EU) No 1315 &1316/2013; Official Journal of the European Union L348 of 20/12/2013. The background geographic images are taken from the indicated sources.