Escola Europea

Mediterranean Corridor

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May

Marrakesh: North African transport professionals introduced to TransLogMED by the Escola Europea

The Escola’s efforts to continue to promote the ambitious TransLogMED project across the Mediterranean waters go further next week as its staff travels to Marrakesh to participate in the 7th edition of the International Logistics and Transport Tradeshow LOGISMED, from 9th to 11th May. Being the largest landmark logistics trade show in Morocco, …

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10

Apr

Spain and France advance the road map to implement the railway motorways

Companies that choose to operate in the Mediterranean and Atlantic corridors have until July 16 to submit their bids. The Spanish Minister of Development, Iñigo de la Serna, and the French Minister of Transport, Elisabeth Borne, have celebrated the publication of the two calls for proposals of common interest concerning …

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9

Apr

Port-railway connections remain key for the development of rail transport

The third month of the year saw the beginning of new railway connections in Spanish ports and the start-up of different projects linked to intermodality, while the works of the Mediterranean Corridor continue to advance. The month of March has brought very good news for Renfe, which in 2017 achieved …

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22

Feb

The Center for Transport Studies for the Western Mediterranean (CETMO) promotes the continuity of the Mediterranean Corridor towards Maghreb before the UN

The total investment needed would exceed 71,000 million euros. A delegation from the Center for Transport Studies for the Western Mediterranean (CETMO) has participated in the 80th session of the United Nations Internal Transport Committee (Unece-Geneva), where it has highlighted the relevance of the Euro-Mediterranean region and the need to …

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30

Jan

Agreement signed to further develop the Mediterranean Corridor

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between the Croatian Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure and the railway infrastructure managers of Croatia and Spain. State Secretary of the Croatian Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure, Nikolina Brnjac and members of HŽ Infrastruktura, Nikola Ljuban and Mark …

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26

Nov

The final results of the TEN-T CLYMA project presented in Brussels

On the 19th of November the Final Information Day of the CLYMA (the Development of the Lyon – Madrid axis on the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) Mediterranean Corridor) project took place in the European Parliament in Brussels. The main objective of the meeting was to share the main results of …

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17

Nov

The European Parliament highlights the importance of rail corridors

The development of rail corridors is necessary to give Europe a more competitive and sustainable economy. Ramón Luis Valcárcel, the European Parliament Vice President, recently highlighted the “crucial” role of European transport corridors to make a “more competitive and sustainable” Europe and its importance to improve road traffic and reduce …

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4

Nov

The port of Tarragona improves its railway operations with the CLYMA project

CLYMA Project for the Lyon-Madrid axis development The actions of this project enabled the facility of Tarragona to improve its railway operations. The promoters of the CLYMA Project, which aims to develop the Lyon-Madrid axis of the Mediterranean Corridor, will present the results of the principal actions conducted in the …

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