3Land: a cross-border district is created in the ‘Dreiländereck’

“Three cities - one future” - according to this motto, the neighboring cities of Basel, Weil am Rhein, Huningue and Saint-Louis have been working on the common goal of developing a cross-border urban district in the 3Land project since 2011.

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The neighboring cities of Basel, Weil am Rhein and Huningue have recognized the opportunity that synergies arise with joint planning. They are seizing the unique opportunity to develop the cross-border area around the 'Dreiländereck' in a coordinated manner.

The potential for urban, traffic and open space development on the former industrial sites between the Dreirosen and Palmrain bridges is great and, as a trinational task, unique in Europe.


Gruppe 3Land im Hafenhaus ©TEB

As part of the 3Land project, the TEB team and project partners went on a study trip to Antwerp (BE) to discover the city's development and mobility projects.

Studierende der Rheinland-Pfämzischen Technischen Universität im Rheinpark

Throughout the week, various groups of students visited the TEB premises and the 3Land project area.

View of the Three Countries Bridge

On Friday, March 15, the 3Land Coordination Unit attended a presentation by Florian Röthlingshöfer, Director of the Port of Switzerland at the Hafenmuseum, and enjoyed a tour of 3Land aboard the Wild Maa.