The project “PROMARES- Promoting maritime and multimodal freight transport in the Adriatic Sea”, led by the Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea, is co-financed by the Italy – Croatia CBC Programme 2014 – 2020 Interreg V A.
The imbalanced development of multimodal transport options, weak coordination and communication of stakeholders and policy makers in the port-hinterland interface, uncoordinated measures and tools at cross-border level are hampering the full-fledged development of the potential for maritime and multimodal freight transport in the Programme Area.
The aim of PROMARES project is to enhance the maritime and multimodal freight transport gathering all the ports generating intermodal and multimodal transport flows, facing the challenges concerning the multimodal transport accessibility and network efficiency in the region, from the port to the hinterland, and increase the coordination and cooperation among the stakeholders.
Within the PROMARES project, the partners will carry out territorial analyses based on common methodologies in order to elaborate a cross-border strategy, also in the field of ICT tools, for enhancing maritime and multimodal freight transport. Pilot actions in the Programme Area will follow.
Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea (Italy)
North Adriatic Sea Ports Authority (Italy); Venice International University (Italy); Interporto di Trieste (Italy); Institute for Transport and Logistics Foundation – ITL (Italy); Port of Ravenna Authority (Italy); Central Adriatic Ports Authority (Italy); Southern Adriatic Sea Port Authority (Italy); Rete Autostrade Mediterranee S.p.A. (Italy); Port of Rijeka Authority (Croatia); Port of Ploče Authority (Italy); University of Rijeka, Faculty of Maritime Studies Rijeka (Croatia);
48 months – from July 2018, until June 2022