Innovation and Networks Executive Agency

2016-RO-TMC-0248-S

Feasibility study for upgrading the railway infrastructure in Constanţa port
Programme: 
CEF Transport
Call year:
Location of the Action:
Implementation schedule: 
November 2017 to December 2019
Maximum EU contribution: 
€2,377,969
Total eligible costs: 
€2,797,611
Percentage of EU support: 
85%
Coordinator: 

Compania Naţională de Căi Ferate “CFR”-SA (Romania)
http://www.cfr.ro

Status:
Transport corridor:
Transport mode:
Last modified: 
June 2019

2016-RO-TMC-0248-S

Constanţa is Romania's most important maritime Core Port and one of the starting/end points of the Rhine-Danube Core Network Corridor (CNC). The proposed Action entails to perform the necessary studies for the construction works to improve the port's railway connection to the TEN-T Core Network. It is part of a Global Project aiming at rehabilitating and upgrading the existing railway line from the Hungarian/Romanian border to Constanţa.

It consists of performing a feasibility study that will be used to select the most optimal solution to upgrade the railway infrastructure in the port area, drawing the preliminary design, and preparing the tender documentation for procuring the construction works and the supervision of the construction works.