Project TRANSTUN has been featured in the Critical Infrastructure Resilience news of the European Commission quarterly Newsletter, March 2022.
The newsletter focuses mainly on news, developments, activities and policy-making aimed to enhance critical infrastructure protection and resilience. The newsletter is intended for Member States, operators, authorities and key stakeholders; therefore, the activities carried out by Project TRANSTUN are of significant value in this context.
Project TRANSTUN – which lasted 25 months and involved Italy, Spain, Belgium and France – addressed the CBRN risks of chemical events within EU cross-border tunnels.
The Project boasts many achievements: the most significant are the creation of a network of stakeholders from 15 countries, a set of Operational Guidelines and a large-scale real-life exercise at the Bielsa-Aragnouet Tunnel.
You can read more on TRANSTUN in the EU Commission newsletter here.