Developing of Motorways of Sea system in Adriatic region
- Priority and Measure
Measure 3.2 - Sustainable Mobility Systems
Priority 3 – Accessibility and Networks
- EUSAIR Pillars
- Blue growth, connecting region
- Type of Project
- Roberto Mencarelli
- Interviewee role
- Project manager
- RAM Rete Autostrade Mediterranee
- +39 06 4412 3259
- Project website
- website expired
- Budget in euros
|Role||Name||City||Country||Contact Person||Email /website|
|Lead Partner||RAM - Rete Autostrade Mediterranee Spa||Roma||Italy||Roberto Mencarellifirstname.lastname@example.org www.ramspa.it|
|Partner 1||Ministry of Transport Ljubljana||Ljubljana||Slovenia||Janez Požaremail@example.com www.mzi.gov.si|
|Partner 2||Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure Croatia||Zagreb||Croatia||Katja Božić Fredotovićfirstname.lastname@example.org www.mppi.hr|
|Partner 3||University of Rijeka, Faculty for Maritime Science||Rijeka||Croatia||Alen Jugovićemail@example.com www.uniri.hr|
|Partner 4||Shortsea Promotion Centre Croatia||Rijeka||Croatia||Dražen Žgaljićfirstname.lastname@example.org www.shortsea.hr|
|Partner 5||Albanian Institute of Transport||Tirana||Albania||Brikena Tareemail@example.com|
|Partner 6||Ministry of transport, maritime affairs and telecommunications Montenegro||Podgorica||Montenegro||Lidija Mitrovicfirstname.lastname@example.org www.msp.gov.me/en/ministry|
|Partner 7||National technical university of Athens||Palaiopolis||Greece||Anna Lekka||Alekka@ntua.gr www.ntua.gr|
The overall objective of the project was to develop the MoS in the Adriatic as an integral part of the East Mediterranean MoS transport system, through the creation, development and elaboration of a Master Plan. When MoS in the Adriatic area will be developed sufficiently, modal shift from only road transport to combined transport will be created, thus reducing road congestions, benefit environmental protection and sustainable growth of the economy in the region.
What has been done during the project in order to achieve its main goal(s)?
The Adriatic MoS Masterplan contains the state of the art of all ports (both IPA and EU) operating in the Adriatic area. The bottlenecks and missing links of the ports have been properly analyzed and reported through a series of questionnaires. Moreover, the existing lines were examined in detail with particular attention to past, current and future (2020, 2025, 2030) freight flows.
After the bottlenecks and missing links were properly classified for each port, the Master Plan defined the “priority needs” for their elimination.
At a later stage the project elaborated a possible division of the area in port clusters, which would be able to attract a higher level of traffic, through a more specialized and systematic approach. Once the port clusters were identified along with the freight traffic flows forecasts, the new potential MoS lines of the Adriatic were elaborated. Once the possible MoS routes were identified, an environmental analysis and a CBA were performed as well, in order to perform a prioritization of all MoS projects in the area. Finally the infrastructural interventions needed in order to develop the above mentioned potential MoS corridors were listed and prioritized as well.
Which are the project main results/impacts?
The Adriatic MoS Project contributed to the development of the MoS in the Adriatic area as a core segment of the transport system of the Eastern Mediterranean through the creation, elaboration and development of the Adriatic MoS Masterplan (on the base of the East Med MoS Materplan 2005-GR-90701-S).
The project elaborated a possible division of the area in port clusters, which would be able to attract a higher level of traffic, through a more specialized and systematic approach.
Through the Project it was possible to increase Cross-border Cooperation between the project partners. In fact after the project end the partners of the Adriatic MoS Project cooperated on many other projects.
The Adriatic MoS Master Plan contains an environmental impact analysis which will help identify the environmental effects of the interventions needed in the Adriatic sea to boost MoS and SSS.