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The European core network

 

The inland waterway project as part of the European core network

In October 2011, the European Commission submitted an amendment proposal for the regulations governing the trans-European transport networks (TEN-T) to the European Parliament and Council. The proposal entailed two distinct parts: Guidelines for the development of the Trans-European Transport Network and Connecting Europe Facility.

In December 2013 both proposals were approved and published in the Official Journal of the European Union.

The project is being developed on two levels, with the goal of improving the planning of new TEN-T networks:

  • A global, Comprehensive network to be completed by 2050 and intended to supply the central network via regional and national connections.
  • A central, Core network composed of 9 corridors, to be completed and operational by 2030. It will serve the most important connections and hubs within the TEN-T network: capitals, large urban hubs, the main harbours and airports. It will be at the heart of the TEN-T network, as it will contain the areas of the global network with the highest strategic value. These are key elements paramount to achieving the general goals of the project, as well as added-value goals for the EU, such as establishing missing transborder connections, multimodal nodes, and eliminating the main bottlenecks.

Within the current revision of the TEN-T network, the entire “Padano-Veneto waterway system” is part of the “Core network”.

 

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pubblicato il 2018/03/15 11:10:42 GMT+1 ultima modifica 2018-03-15T12:10:00+01:00

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