Take part in the second Green Inland Ports survey!

Inland ports are an essential part of the EU’s transport network along the core Trans European Transport (TEN-T) network. They are key for EU’s international connectivity, economy and regions. Inland ports also have a crucial role in the European Green Deal (EGD) ambitions to reduce transport emissions with 90% by 2050 and to shift a […]

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Short-range waterway transport as part of a highway construction project in Linz, Austria

ASFINAG (a publicly owned Austrian corporation which plans, finances, builds, maintains and collects tolls for the Austrian autobahns) is using Inland Waterway Transport (IWT) to make a positive impact on the environment. The construction of the A26 highway in Linz covers a distance of 4.7 km, including 4 km of tunnels. Two bridges are being […]

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Download the key takeaways from the Danube Ports Days

We are pleased to announce that the key takeaways from the Danube Ports Days are now available to download! The Danube Ports Days 2023 event, a collaborative effort by Pro Danube in partnership with the EU funded Green Inland Ports Study, MultiRELOAD and SYNERGETICS projects, and with support from the Danube Ports Network, was a […]

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Danube Ports Days 2023: Navigating Towards Sustainable Waterborne Transport

The Danube Ports Days 2023 event, a collaborative effort by Pro Danube in partnership with the EU-funded Green Inland Ports Study, MultiRELOAD and SYNERGETICS projects, and with support from the Danube Ports Network, has successfully concluded. This ground-breaking event served as the focal point for high-profile representatives from the European Parliament, European Commission, international river […]

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Key takeaways from the first Green Inland Ports workshop in Belgrade

On the 19th of October, the European Federation of Inland Ports (EFIP) met for the first time with the Ecorys’ consortium for the study on Greening of Inland Ports. This article provides a summary of the key takeaways from the event. Introduction The event was moderated by Geert Smit from Ecorys. He welcomed all participants […]

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Invitation for inland ports to join the project in the pilot phase

Expression of interest for European inland ports to participate in the pilots of the Green Inland Ports project The Green Inland Ports project launches an expression of interest and a warm invitation for European inland ports to engage with us in the pilot phase of this project. Green Inland Ports, commissioned by the European Commission, […]

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