The Danube waterway serves as a backbone for the Danube Region and its economy. Competitive transport services on the Danube highly depend on the provision of minimum fairway parameters. As
Congratulations! The harmonized DAVID forms are from now on used at all checkpoints at and outside the Schengen external borders. After Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Ukraine introduced the DAVID
Danube navigation is strongly dependent on reliable infrastructure and an adequate level of user information on the fairway. Since the endorsement of the Fairway Rehabilitation and Maintenance Master Plan
Transnational project (NL, BE, FR, DE, AT, SK, HR, RO) The objectives of the projects are the development of curricula and lesson materials, as well as a Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC) system by fifteen partners from eight different EU member states, to ensure the highest level of quality concerning the implementation of future proof IWT education and training throughout the EU.
Transnational project (NL, DE, SK, RO) The main objective of the project was to compare competency based education for job qualifications in IWT and furthermore stimulate and support education institues to improve their education process.
Lower administrative burdens for cross-border traffic on the Danube – Hungary, Croatia and Serbia introduce harmonised border control forms
In the last years a joint Working Group of Priority Areas 1a (Inland Waterways) and 11 (Security) of the EU’s Danube Region Strategy developed a set of so-called Danube Navigation
On 11 December 2019 a meeting between the PA 1a and PA 11 Coordinators took place in Vienna in order to review the activities carried out so far and the