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Welcome to SPADE – Assessing the added value from SPAtial Development as a factor in infrastructure planning

SPADE (Assessing the added value from SPAtial Development as a factor in infrastructure planning) is performed in the context of the CEDR Transnational Road Research Programme and it relates to the central question raised by CEDR on ‘How to achieve integrated project development of infrastructure and its spatial surroundings?’.

More specific, SPADE aims at providing validated methods for assessing costs and benefits of combined infrastructure and spatial development, building on existing knowledge and including specific contexts such as nation-wide, urban or rural regions.

 

SPADE is funded by CEDR.

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