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CENTRAL EUROPE Output Library

The CENTRAL EUROPE Programme helps to improve living and working conditions in your region. Take a look at the CENTRAL EUROPE Output Library to find out what our projects do.

The Output Library collects (case) studies, surveys, analyses, inventories, guidelines and other interesting products from all our projects. Each output is connected with specific keywords.

Searching for a keyword or clicking on one of them in the tag cloud below will show you a list of relevant documents. 

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Gaps in ecological networks within a potential corridor of protected areas or outside the network of protected areas.

Project:TransEcoNet - Transnational Ecological Networks in Central Europe
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Biodiversity, Climate change, Environment, Natural heritage, Protection of natural resources, Waterway

The analysis covered not only land transport but also water and air transport
infrastructures. It also took into account approved extension and modernisation plans regarding transport infrastructure.

Project:Via Regia + - Via Regia plus - Sustainable Mobility and Regional Cooperation along the Pan-European Transport Corridor III
Countries:Germany, Poland, Slovakia
Tag(s):Accessibility, Airport, Metropolitan area, Multimodal transport, Rail, Transport, Transport infrastructure, Waterway

The report identifies transport flows in rail, road and inland waterway. Two maps show the top ten transport flows on railway and on road. The last map displays intermodal terminals and their attraction area with a diameter of 100 km (50 km in all directions), the most important cities and the most important economical centres within the FLAVIA corridor.

Project:FLAVIA - Freight and Logistics Advancement in Central Europe - Validation of processes, Improvements, Application of co-operation
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia
Tag(s):Accessibility, Interconnectivity, Multimodal transport, Port, Rail, Road, Transport, Waterway

This report gives on overview of the situation on each national logistics market in the FLAVIA corridor. The national overviews are summarised to give a comprehensive status quo of the logistics market within the FLAVIA corridor. The results serve as a basis for further project actions and will show differences between the situations in the involved countries and will mark out common problems which have to be solved.

Project:FLAVIA - Freight and Logistics Advancement in Central Europe - Validation of processes, Improvements, Application of co-operation
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia
Tag(s):Accessibility, Interconnectivity, Logistics, Multimodal transport, Port, Rail, Road, Transport, Transport infrastructure, Waterway

The general goal of this feasibility study is to enhance the competitiveness of the combined transport of chemical substances in the target area when compared to other modes of transport.

Project:ChemLog - Chemical Logistics Cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia
Tag(s):Accessibility, Airport, Interconnectivity, Logistics, Multimodal transport, Port, Rail, Road, Sustainable transport, Transport, Waterway

These feasibility studies focuses on transnational infrastructure projects in the area of railway transport, intermodal transport, waterway and pipeline transport.

Project:ChemLog - Chemical Logistics Cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia
Tag(s):Accessibility, Interconnectivity, Logistics, Multimodal transport, Port, Rail, Road, Transport, Transnational transport, Waterway

This feasibility srtudy focuses on the railway aspects of the corridor, which is a fundamental chain of new lines, thousands km. long, that will interconnect the European West section with Kiev in Ukraine, and will further extend to Russia (Moscow).

Project:ChemLog - Chemical Logistics Cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia
Tag(s):Accessibility, Interconnectivity, Logistics, Multimodal transport, Port, Rail, Road, Transnational transport, Transport, Waterway

The first step in the creation of a sustainable inland waterway network lies in the definition of the inland waterways in the SoNorA area, analysing and characterizing them. The following step consists in identifying the key sections along with their problematic areas. Finally a solution to these problems must be proposed, in order to make the SoNorA inland waterway network an efficient and feasible alternative to road transport, integrating it in a scenario where goods may be transported using different transport modes. For this reason, a review of each SoNorA country inland waterway has been carried out in this analysis.

Project:SoNorA - SOuth-NORth Axis
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Poland
Tag(s):Accessibility, Interconnectivity, Port, Waterway

The goal of this report is to present the results of Pre-investment case study aimed on the activation of intermodal logistic centre in Brno – Horní Heršpice – an already existing intermodal terminal which is now used only as a depot of containers and rail freight wagons.

Project:SoNorA - SOuth-NORth Axis
Countries:Czech Republic
Tag(s):Accessibility, Interconnectivity, Logistics, Multimodal transport, Rail, Road, TEN-T, Transport, Transport infrastructure, Waterway

The analysis prepared by INWAPO project consults the development of the inland waterways and inland ports. It proves that the inland shipping has the large unexploited potential. Both the ports and waterways require many investments to meet the demands of the market and competition of the rail and road transport.

Project:INWAPO - Upgrading of Inland Waterway and Sea Ports
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Transport, Transport infrastructure, Port, Waterway

INWAPO analysis evaluates waterborne transport volume potential generated by the hinterlands of respective sea and river port infrastructures involved in the project: ports of Koper, Trieste and Venice in the Adriatic; ports of Wien, Bratislava and Budapest along the Danube; e Elba-Oder System in Czech Republic and the Vistula and Oder river-ports in Poland.

Project:INWAPO - Upgrading of Inland Waterway and Sea Ports
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Transport, Port, Waterway, Environment

The document consists of two parts: INWAPO final report introduces the main project activities and findings, whreas the action plan represents a strategic assessment of project results. The later one is targeted at decision makers responsible for the development of the waterway transportation system in the EU. It highlights opportunities for joint cooperation on common actions for investments and possible projects.

Project:INWAPO - Upgrading of Inland Waterway and Sea Ports
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Port, Waterway, Transport, Transport infrastructure, Transport policy