6 Sep 2010

One of Europe's 'exchange and learning' programmes, URBACT, has recently published the results of six different research projects. These projects have been running for two years and have attempted to come up with new ideas for a range of urban issues - among them the issue of cross-border agglomerations. The project which looked at this matter was called EGTC and the final report makes interesting reading...


Without going into too much of the detail (you can see the summary report here), it's interesting to note that there are more than 60 cross-border agglomerations in Europe today and that they are home to 25 million people. Click on the image below to go to the map of the EGTC project...