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Activity 1 – Stakeholder analysis

RBGC Russia provides the information about relevant stakeholders of the transport industry in North-West Russia.

Lappeenranta University of Technology, Kouvola Unit carries out the stakeholder analysis covering both public and private sector. The study is focusing on documenting the decision-making processes and standpoints in the development of transport networks of the project region. Basing on this knowledge, the key stakeholders are invited to participate in the Pilot activities and to contribute to the Rail Baltica Growth Strategy.

Structurally, the stakeholder analysis consists of two parallel sub-activities:

  • first sub-activity examines the public sector decision-making structures and standpoints on transportation issues;

  • second sub-activity concentrates on explicating current transportation service environment and possible future development in private sector.

The study is conducted in form of interview in order to enable a true analysis of the stakeholders which cannot be studied only based on the official decision-making structures and bureaucratic processes. The qualitative interviews determine the underlying attitudes, roles and standpoints of the national public and private sector actors towards the transportation issues and especially the concept of Rail Baltica Growth Corridor.

By including the multimodal transport service providers the study takes into account a wider scope of potential for cooperation, competition and other interaction between Rail Baltica railway line and other modes of transport in the region.


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Activity 1 – Stakeholder analysis

RBGC Russia provides the information about relevant stakeholders of the transport industry in North-West Russia. The specialists from Lappeenranta University of Technology, Kouvola Unit carry out the stakeholder analysis covering both public and private sector. The study is focusing on documenting the decision-making processes and standpoints in the development of transport networks of the project region. Based on this knowledge, the key stakeholders are invited to participate in the Pilot activities and to contribute to the Rail Baltica Growth Strategy.

Aims and methods

Structurally, the stakeholder analysis consists of two parallel sub-activities:

·         first sub-activity examines the public sector decision-making structures and standpoints on transportation issues;

·         second sub-activity concentrates on explicating current transportation service environment and possible future development in private sector.

The study is conducted in form of interview in order to enable a true analysis of the stakeholder which cannot be studied only based on the official decision-making structures and bureaucratic processes. The qualitative interviews determine the underlying attitudes, roles and standpoints of the national public and private sector actors towards the transportation issues and especially the concept of Rail Baltica Growth Corridor. By including the multimodal transport service providers the study takes into account a wider scope of potential for cooperation, competition and other interaction between Rail Baltica railway line and other modes of transport in the region.