A new paper of our working group is now online, reflecting on cross-border accessiblity. We present a rather innovative way of capturing qualities and gaps in cross-border infrastructure in two case study regions, namely the Greater Region around Luxembourg and the Bavarian-Czech case. The analyses are based on the involvement in the projects Entwicklungsgutachten Bayern-Tschechien and the MORO Raumbeobachtung Deutschland und angrenzende Regionen (for more details see the site of the cross-border GIS hosted in Luxembourg).
The paper has been published in the new journal Borders in Perspective, coordinated by the University of the Greater Region UniGR.
Article download here.
Chilla, T., Heugel, A. (2018): Spatial Integration of cross-border mobility structures – The ‘space-time-line’ analysis in the Greater Region and the Czech Bavarian border region. Borders in Perspective – UniGR-CBS thematic issue. Cross-border Territorial Development – Challenges and Opportunities. Vol. 1:68-78.