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The MOT has put online 150 maps to illustrate cross-border cooperation

February 2015

The MOT has put online 150 maps to illustrate cross-border cooperation

Since the overhaul of the MOT's website in November 2013, nearly 150 maps illustrating the intensity of cross-border relations along France's borders have been put online. Presentation of the latest additions.

A first set of maps relating to cross-border governance shows the agreements, governance tools and cooperation programmes in place along each of France's borders:
Example of the France-Germany map

A second set relates to legal tools:
Example of the map showing cross-border structures, with topics of cooperation identified

Other maps show cross-border structures according to their type (EGTCs, LGCCs, Consorcios, etc.):
Example of the map showing EGTCs in Europe

Lastly, a set of maps for each of France's borders has also been produced:
Example of the France-Spain map

Online catalogue of the Atlas
In addition, the MOT has posted online a "catalogue" version of its Atlas published in 2007 (in French only). This contains around 100 maps and comments on major topics such as worker flows and employment at the borders, healthcare, conurbations and natural spaces, transport, etc.
Online Atlas (in French)

All the cartographic resources

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