Studies on the Priority Project of common interest: The Seine-Scheldt inland waterway network - cross-border section between Compiègne and Ghent
This project, part of the larger Global Project and TEN-T Priority Project 30
(Seine-Scheldt inland waterway), concerns a link of the Seine-Scheldt waterway which is currently inaccessible to large gauge vessels along its entire length and is a major bottleneck for inland waterway transport.
It consists of several studies focusing on the cross-border section of the canal between Compiègne (France) and Ghent (Belgium). Its aim is to increase the canal's capacity and improve the level of services provided by the waterways.
The different activities are designed as measures of support for the Global Project and include studies focusing on:
State of progress on 31 December 2014:
All activities have started and are ongoing.
Total project cost covered by this Decision:
Percentage of EU support:
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This project was also the subject of a press release issued by the Agency.
Member States involved:
Start date: January 2013
End date: December 2015