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Development of the model of intelligent transport system of Europe-Asia multimodal corridor for optimization of Latvia-Belarus international logistics chain

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Geo-spatial type
Network corridors
Project Acronym
STRIA Roadmaps
Network and traffic management systems (NTM)
Smart mobility and services (SMO)
Infrastructure (INF)
Transport mode
Multimodal icon
Transport policies
Societal/Economic issues
Transport sectors
Passenger transport,
Freight transport


Background & Policy context

Latvia and Belarus are neighbouring countries with a common border. Though their territory passes through a significant proportion of Asia-Europe transit, both states are bound by long-term economic relations and the transportation systems of these countries are tightly integrated as links in a single multi-modal transport network.

The study of architecture and theoretical basis for constructing ITS macro and micro level for optimal traffic management in order to increase capacity, safety and service level that meets the economic and socio-political interests of both countries.


The project aimed to improve the efficiency of the interstate transport corridors by the way of united hierarchical system of governance based on principles of intelligent transportation systems (ITS).

  • Improving the technical means traffic management, performance and traffic conditions (intensity, speed, etc.), creating an intellectual environment monitoring and management.
  • Services (household, technical, administrative). The development of providing infrastructure. Recommendations for the Promotion of route guidance and supporting information.
  • Optimisation of spatial planning and power of logistics centres;
  • Improvements in telecommunications systems architecture, monitoring and management.
  • Safety and legal regulation.



WP1: Natural and experimental surveys, methodology for determining key points of the street- road network of international transport corridors, method of determining pockets accident, method of determining routes for car traffic.

WP2: Building of simulation models of corridor "Latvia-Belarus", as well as its individual links and transport junctions for virtual experiments with varying degrees of busy routes and collisions (congestion, smash-up, etc.), assessment of the feasibility of reconstruction and its transport network nodes (including customs conversions), taking into account the forecast traffic growth intensity.

WP3: Building, justification and verification of mathematical models of flow management, which include collisions, repairing sections of roads, position and power of logistics centres, multimodal hubs.

WP4: Formulation of the concept of building ITS (structure, composition, elements, functions, data sources).

WP5: Development of recommendations and suggestions to improve the efficiency of the transport corridor "Latvia-Belarus"; analysis of possible financial costs and forecast (estimate) of a positive effect.

WP6: Joint seminars on the project.


  • The development of methodological recommendations and projects of national and international standards on the route guide on roads and streets of the populated places, of the investigated transport corridor.
  • Models of the multimodal logistics transport corridor of Europe-Asia, passing through the territory of Latvia and Belarus.
  • Proposals to the Ministries of Transport of the Republic of Latvia and Belarus for the modernization of transport network "Latvia-Belarus", the organization of traffic management, including in the areas of road repairs.
  • The concept of intellectual transport system "Latvia-Belarus" and all of its components.



Lead Organisation
Transport And Telecommunication Institute
Lomonosova 1, Riga, LVN/A1019, Latvia
Partner Organisations
EU Contribution


Technology Theme
Road vehicle operations
Communication network for intelligent mobility

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