Innovation and Networks Executive Agency

2019-EU-TM-0262-S

INEA ceased operations on 31 March 2021. The European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) was established on 1 April 2021 to take over its legacy portfolio as well as additional EU funding programmes.
Preparing FAIRway 2 works in the Rhine-Danube Corridor
Programme: 
CEF Transport
Call year:
Location of the Action:
Implementation schedule: 
July 2020 to April 2024
Maximum EU contribution: 
€954,000
Total eligible costs: 
€1,908,000
Percentage of EU support: 
50%
Coordinator: 

Bundesministerium für Klimaschutz

Umwelt

Energie

Mobilität

Innovation und Technologie (Austria)

Status:
Transport corridor:
Transport mode:
Last modified: 
August 2021

2019-EU-TM-0262-S

The Global Project includes two twinned Actions: 2019-EU-TM-0262-S and 2019-HR-TM-0263-S. Both Actions will be carried out following-up the results of the CEF funded Actions FAIRway Danube (2014-EU-TM-0219-S and 2019-EU-TMC-0231-S) and will aim at accelerating the future works along the Danube and the Sava.

Overall, the Actions will aim to deliver the following results:

  • An inventory of navigational and environmental characteristics of the Croatian/Serbian common section of the Danube. The data collected through these surveys will be used for navigation purposes and as well as to support the environmental authorities in the definition of the conservation objectives for the River Basin Management Plans in Croatia.
  • Delivery of a study including the results of the 1D hydraulic modelling for the entire Croatian and Serbian Danube common section
  • Delivery of the terms of references for the functional upgrades of the transnational waterway monitoring system (WAMOS 2.0)
  • Definition of a concept for the stakeholders' cooperation and coordination along the Austrian, Croatian and Serbian sections of the Danube.
  • Delivery of a study for Austria, Croatia and Serbia to assess the needs to upgrade/construct mooring places along the sections of the Danube and the Sava.