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Regional and urban Policy Enhancing the information on Cohesion Policy interventions by geo-referencing major projects 2007-2013 Hugo Poelman Analysis.

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1 Regional and urban Policy Enhancing the information on Cohesion Policy interventions by geo-referencing major projects Hugo Poelman Analysis Unit - REGIO-GIS

2 Regional and urban Policy The context ERDF and Cohesion Fund programmes represent a total EU allocation of about EUR 263 bn More than half of this amount is dedicated to multiregional programmes => no detailed information about regional (NUTS2) breakdown Major projects (ERDF or Cohesion Fund) are projects with a total cost of more than EUR 50 mio Major projects inside the programmes cover an EU expenditure of almost EUR 60 bn, most of these in multiregional programmes (approx. EUR 50 bn)* projects approved until May 2014

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5 Scope of the project Major projects Co-funded by ERDF or Cohesion Fund Geo-referencing covers all approved projects Represent projects by points, lines or polygons as appropriate Data should be appropriate for mapping at and fit for EU-wide analytical purposes

6 Regional and urban Policy Input data on projects List of projects from data warehouse CCI code used as project identifier WFS (workflow system) files Approving decisions Information sheets Detailed project descriptions (mostly text, sometimes with local map images)

7 Regional and urban Policy Reference geo-data Location of projects compatible with existing (reference) data whenever possible Local administrative units boundaries (EuroGeographics EuroBoundaryMap) NUTS regional boundaries (Eurostat) Transport networks (DG MOVE GETIS) Urban Waste Water Treatment plants (EEA) + identifiers Auxiliary sources when needed, e.g. Road network (TomTom – OpenStreetMap) Background/context imagery of Google Maps

8 Regional and urban Policy Results More than 600 projects geo-referenced Level of geographic detail mostly dependent on input data (project descriptions) Most often point locations, lines (parts of transport networks) or location of municipality where the project takes place; sometimes region(s)

9 Regional and urban Policy Relationship between projects and regions 72% of the major projects are located inside one NUTS3 region per project; 89% of the projects are located inside one NUTS2 region per project Remaining part: distribution key amongst NUTS3/NUTS2 regions, according to the number/length/surface of the features representing the project

10 Regional and urban Policy Relationship between projects and regions Location information allows the aggregation of project related data, e.g. by NUTS region: -Allocations -Regional aid intensity

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17 Available geodata Location points, lines and polygons representing the projects In REGIO-GIS ArcSDE: MP_RG_07_13 (polygons) MP_LI_07_13 (lines) MP_PT_07_13 (points) MP_AT_07_13 (attributes of all referenced projects) Shapefiles with the same content available for download from CIRCABC: https://circabc.europa.eu/sd/a/c1d6d c b86e4975bd/major_projects_07_13_shp.zip

18 Regional and urban Policy Next steps ? Regular update by adding newly approved projects Publish interactive maps on Inforegio website Compile geodata for new major projects

19 Regional and urban Policy Interactive map services (intranet) All major projects: Environmental projects: Transport projects: R&D projects: Energy projects: Other projects:

20 Regional and urban Policy Some other REGIO-GIS projects With JRC: building footprints: imagery-based layer of building probabilities; improved population disaggregation (2011) where no point-based population data are available Population estimates by Urban Atlas 2012 polygon, based on sub- local population data Time series of local (LAU2) population data Indicators on urban public transport: Frequency of departures in relationship to population / employment (Regional Focus forthcoming) Services' speed inside cities, by transport mode Rail services between cities: Frequency and average speed of services


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