ADRIPASS will address the problem of the lack of maritime connections with the hinterland by analysing the bottlenecks in the trans-European transport networks for the corridor sections of the ADRION region.
One of the crucial obstacles for the growth and economic development of the transport industry in the Adriatic-Ionian Region (ADRION) is the lack of efficient maritime connections with the hinterland, mainly due to the presence of various bottlenecks at the borders.
ADRIPASS addresses this problem by analysing physical and non-physical bottlenecks in the Trans-European Transport Networks (TEN-T) for the corridor sections of the ADRION region.
With ADRIPASS, the project partners aim to:
- Improve the planning capacity of policy makers in the ADRION region to improve multimodal transport on the TEN-T corridors in the ADRION region.
- Improve the capabilities of transport stakeholders in the ADRION region to optimise freight transport on the TEN-T corridors and at the border points through the use of ICT.
- Establish a multi-level and multi-disciplinary cooperation network of transport stakeholders and policy makers with the aim of benefiting transport in the ADRION region.
The EGTC Euregio Without Borders Ltd. is the partner responsible for the communication activities of the ADRIPASS project.