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The general objective of European Adriatic Sea-Way (acronym EA Sea-Way) is to improve the accessibility and the mobility of passengers across the Adriatic area and its hinterland, through the development of new cross border(CB), sustainable and integrated transport services and the improvement of physical infrastructures related to those new services.

In particular, specific project objectives are to:

  1. integrate and upgrade existing and new collective passenger (tourists and residents) transport services to increase the accessibility across Adriatic basin and decrease CO2 emissions
  2. explore a better integration of urban and regional connections between ports, airports and main tourist destinations/urban areas
  3. develop new or renovate existing infrastructures in the Adriatic port system in order to promote and encourage a more sustainable and efficient passenger transport
  4. foster the passenger sea transport and other collective transport means connected to the port system
  5. test new governance models in the light of the forthcoming Adriatic Ionian Macro Region.

The project is funded by the IPA Adriatic cross-border Cooperation Programme. It will last from November of 2013 till February of 2016. Countries included in the project are: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia with a total number of 20 beneficiaries and 16 associates of which you can learn more on our partners page.




First InfoDay, Trieste 15 July 2016, Ppt presentation:

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