I would like to know if there exists a formula to compute the $L^2$-Wasserstein distance between the laws $P_1$ and $P_2$ in path space of two diffusion processes: $$dx_t=f_1(x_t)dt + \sigma_1(x_t)dB^1_t$$ $$dy_t=f_2(y_t)dt + \sigma_2(y_t)dB^2_t$$ that is:

$$W(P_1,P_2):=\inf_{couplings} \mathbb{E}\left[\int_0^T |x_t - y_t|^2dt\right]^{1/2}$$ if my understanding of the Wasserstein metric is correct. By formula, I mean something that would depend only on functions $f_1,f_2,\sigma_1,\sigma_2$ and not on the processes $x_t$ and $y_t$.

As an example it is easy to compute it in the case $f_1=f_2=0$, $\sigma_1=1,\sigma_2=2$ for instance (write two correlated Brownian motions with correlation $\rho$ and minimize over $\rho$). In the general case I am lost. Any idea?