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Mr Mieczyslaw Reksnis
City of Warsaw,
Roads and Public Transport Dep.
Tel. +48 22 443 0655

Ms Magdalena Besztocha

City of Warsaw
European Funds Dep.
Tel. +48 22 443 07 62

Mr Przemyslaw Niewiadomski
Assistant of the Champion
City of Warsaw,
Roads and Public Transport Dep.


City of Warsaw is the coordinates WP4 activities. WP4 investigates the private sector perspectives towards development of transport networks in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR). It aims to explicate the structures of the transport service environment in the BSR by defining the relevant national actors in terms of private sector service providers for multimodal transport including rail, road, air and sea traffic. WP4 includes into the analysis also European-level actors and interest groups. By methods of qualitative research WP4 provides unique information on the underlying relationships and division of work between national and transnational transport service providers. Furthermore, WP4 investigates the vertical and horizontal networks and clusters in the BSR within the industry. It also takes a close look at the industry standpoints towards the decision-making processes of transport development and especially the attitudes and expected potentials of Rail Baltica.

Integration to other Work Packages

The outcomes of the WP4 will be piloted during the Rail Baltica Growth Corridor Project. In WP5 the decision map of both public (see WP3) and private (WP4) sector will be utilized in order to run a Pilot on creation of stakeholder-partnership model to increase connectivity in Baltic Sea Region’s passenger transport. The other Pilot case in WP6 takes an approach from the freight transport and applies the stakeholder and networking analyses (WP4.4) in order to design a stakeholder-partnership model to harmonize services of logistic centers in the Baltic Sea Region. The studies conducted in WP4 benefit the decision- and policy makers of the Baltic Sea Region by stating the relevant transport service sector actors which should be included to the development processes of Rail Baltica. The outcomes of the WP4 are also transferable to other environments, and can be used as an example/best practice case also e.g. in other parts of Europe. As the countries of the Baltic Sea Region are not homogeneous the national decision maps are to differ from each other. This way the knowledge base is also more variant and ensures wider usage of the model.