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TEN-T Project Management Workshop organised by
TEN-T  Executive Agency on
3 December 2008 in Brussels


TEN-T DAYS 2008, Brussels,
14 & 15 October 2008
Broadcast live on the Internet

- Programme
- Contact 


Community Guidelines

European coordinators


High Level Group I report (Karel Van Miert)

The 30 priority axes



TEN-T Supported Actions

Multiannual Indicative Programme


TEN-T & external dimension


Useful links

Motorways of the Sea


TEN-T priori ty axes & projects 2005

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Recorded broadcasts of the conference are available

"TEN-T Days" is a unique opportunity to update your knowledge of the results, prospects and new opportunities under the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) Programme, as the new 2007-2013 scheme is launched.  The two day event will take place on 10 and 11 May 2007 in the "Charlemagne" Building in Brussels (near the Rond-Point Schuman).

On the first day key players from different European institutions will give their views on the priorities and objectives, on the projects and prospects for TEN-T.

On the second day, two parallel sessions will allow public officials, infrastructure managers, transport promoters, and decision-makers to get the essential background on current challenges for European transport infrastructure: on the lessons learned, on financing opportunities, and practical information on procedures, on preparation of proposals and on the basics of applying, managing, and evaluating projects.

No long speeches, but up-to-date information, success stories, testimonials, and open questions to the speakers. Simultaneous translation will be available from and into English, French, German, Spanish and Italian.

Alongside the conference there will also be an exhibition of completed and future TEN-T projects with stands and information materials.

The event will host around 400 people and is free of charge (including delegate packs and coffee break services). Participants will only need to cover their own travel and accommodation expenses.



last update: 16-12-2008