- Priority and Measure
Measure 3.1 – Physical Infrastructure
Priority 3 – Accessibility and Networks
- EUSAIR Pillars
- Connecting region
- Type of Project
- Massimiliano Angelotti
- Interviewee role
- Project manager
- Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia – Central Directorate for infrastructure and territory
- +39 040 377 4720
- Project website
- Budget in euros
|Role||Name||City/||Country||Contact Person||Email contact/ website|
|Lead Partner||Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia - Central Directorate for infrastructure, mobility, spatial planning and public works||Trieste||Italy||Massimiliano Angelotti||Massimiliano.email@example.com|
|Partner 1||Informest||Gorizia||Italy||Sandra Sodinifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Partner 2||Ravenna Province - European Policies and Productive Activities Department||Ravenna||Italy||Simona Melchiorriemail@example.com|
|Partner 3||ERFC - European Regional Framework for Cooperation||Aegion||Greece||Nikolaos Petropoulosfirstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com|
|Partner 4||Dubrovnik Neretva Region||Dubrovnik||Croatia||Zvonko Culjatfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Partner 5||Region of Istria||Pula||Croatia||Damir Rudelaemail@example.com|
|Partner 6||Levante Port Authority||Bari||Italy||Mario Megafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Partner 7||Ancona Port Authority||Ancona||Italy||Guido Vettorelemail@example.com|
|Partner 8||Sistemi Territoriali SPA||Padova||Italy||Stefania Sorzefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Partner 9||Molise Region||Campobasso||Italy||Angelo Primianiemail@example.com|
|Partner 10||Region Abruzzo - Department of Transport, Infrastructure, Mobility, networks and Logistics||Pescara||Italy||Maria Antonietta Picardifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Partner 11||University of Ljubljana (Faculty of Maritime studies and Transport)||Ljubljana||Slovenia||Elen Twrdyemail@example.com|
|Partner 12||University of Belgrade - Faculty of Traffic and Transport Engineering (FTTE)||Belgrade||Serbia||Olja Cokorilofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Partner 13||Port of Bar Holding Company||Bar||Montenegro||Deda Delovicemail@example.com|
|Partner 14||TEULEDA||Shkodër||Albania||Klaudia Darragjatifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Partner 15||Ministry of Public Works and Transport||Tiranë||Albania||Florijan Bilaliemail@example.com|
|Partner 16||Faculty of Traffic and Communication - University of Sarajevo||Sarajevo||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Azra Ferizovicfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Partner 17||Port of Split Authority||Split||Croatia||Josko Berket Bakotaemail@example.com|
|Partner 18||County of Primorje and Gorski Kotar||Rijeka||Croatia||Tomislav Kandžijafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Partner 19||Igoumenitsa Port Authority S.A||Igoumenitsa||Greece||Kostantinos Griniasemail@example.com|
Contributing in facilitating accessibility and mobility of people across the Adriatic and Ionian area was the main goal of EA SEA-WAY project , which gathered 20 partners, coming from 8 countries, in setting up a strategic project. The aim was to provide some soft solutions for developing new cross border, sustainable and integrated transport services and for improving some physical infrastructures, decreasing CO2 emissions caused to the mobility of passengers.
What has been done during the project in order to achieve its main goal(s)?
he project had a result-oriented approach, proved by the role and the importance put on the pilot actions for providing some real improvements in the mobility of citizens and tourists, as well as by the focus of the working groups established on the challenges represented by infomobility and passengers services at terminal.
In particular, a set of specific integrated actions have been carried out, represented by three groups of pilot activities:
a) realization of physical infrastructures, modernisation and strengthening of ports for passenger transport;
b) establishment of fast Ferry/hydrofoil passenger lines across Adriatic;
c) integration of Adriatic ports with hinterland and services improvement for passengers.
Which are the project main results/impacts?
Integrating and upgrading existing and new collective passenger transport services;
Exploring a better integration of urban and regional connections among ports, airports and main tourist destinations and urban areas;
Developing new and renovating existing infrastructures in the Adriatic and Ionian port system; position papers and sustainability plans produced by each pilot activity to facilitate the transferability of pilot results to other regions of the Adriatic and Ionian area which are facing similar challenges;
MoU signed among partners on specific topics, with the MoU for setting up of a Cross Border Observatory on passenger maritime transport, as the most strategic one, being aimed at collecting data, spreading best practices, finding common solutions and harmonizing procedures in the whole Adriatic and Ionian area;
Result / Impact 5:
The definition of an Adriatic and Ionian sustainable passenger transport strategy, which includes a set of suggestions on measures to reduce CO2 emissions. A strategy strongly linked to the outlined sustainable passenger transport models for the Adriatic and Ionian basin proposed activating new governance tools and sharing sustainable cooperation strategies on passenger transport, for supporting EUSAIR Action plan implementation.