Den nye godsrapporten som Østlandssamarabedet har fått utarbeidet i forbindelse med gjennomføringen av interregprosjektet Scandri2Act er nå ferdig. Rapporten som er laget av Moe/TetraPlan.

The Oslo Region Case – final report                 

Rapporten konkluderer med at godsmengdene er tilstrekkelig for å kunne etablere nye operasjoner med ferge/RoRo eller tog, samtidig som der er en del konkrete flaskehalser og utfordringer som må ses nærmere på.  I rapporten kan vi lese følgende:

«When looking at the volumes of road transport between the Continent and Norway and especially the Oslo Region there is more than sufficient volume at hand for a new ferry/ RoRo or a rail service. A new service to the Oslo Region could also be used for other areas in Norway by intermodal connections by rail etc. ….. But, there are many other factors that are part of the decisions regarding modal choice. Price is the most important, but also service level, delivery conditions, regularity, transport time etc. The Norwegian shippers and receivers are not always in charge of choosing how their transports are done, as it could be decided by the sender or by a forwarding agent. And sometimes they actually are not even aware of that there are interesting, greener choices available, as the truck is so easy to order and handle.