Innovation and Networks Executive Agency

Water 2007-RO-92301-S

D. A. N. U. B. E.: Danube Access Network - Unlocking Bottlenecks in Europe, by developing a high quality TEN-T ports infrastructure in Romania on optimal economic terms - Feasibility study phase

Programme:

This project aims to realise a feasibility study to ultimately improve the quality, safety and security of the port infrastructure in seven TEN-T ports on the Danube river: Moldova Veche, Drobeta Turnu Severin, Calafat, Giurgiu, Oltenita, Calarasi, and Cernavoda. They are all part of the Romanian water transport network that includes 32 inland waterway ports with a total capacity of 52 million tonnes/year.

 

Romania's river ports have a total of 16,200 m of quays, of which some 20% are said to be over 60 years old and urgently in need of reconstruction. In addition, another 65% are in poor physical condition due to lack of funds for maintenance and repairs.

 

The study will look at the above-mentioned aspects, as well as environmental requirements.

 


 

This project has been completed.

 

Budget: 

 

National budget:

 

€87,500

Total project cost covered by this Decision:

 

€175,000

Percentage of EU support:

 

Studies: 50%

EU contribution: 

 

€87,500

 

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Member States involved:

Romania

 

Implementation schedule:

Start date: March 2008

End date: July 2009

 

Beneficiary & Implementing body:

 SA Giurgiu (CN APDF SA Giurgiu)

 

Additional information:

 European Commission, DG MOVE


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