GREEN DANUBE acted as a policy driver for a stronger multilevel cooperation to advance the modernisation of the Danube fleet.
Within the conducted project several works were executed for the rehabilitation and modernization of port infrastructure, including a vertical quay and the modernisation of sloped quays.
After the first phase, which was completed in 2016, the second phase comprises of further works for the rehabilitation and modernization of port infrastructure. These include construction works at quays and the establishment of utilities networks.
Works planned for the rehabilitation and modernization of port infrastructure in Calafat port mainly comprise of the Rehabilitation and adaption of a quays.
Work planned for the rehabilitation and modernization of the infrastructure of Cernavoda port includes measures in the commercial and the passenger port. Beside others, several quays will be rehabilitated and a concrete platform will be modernized.
The project at Drobeta Turnu Severin Port aims to modernize the port´s infrastructure by hydro-technical construction works to rehabilitate the vertical quays and construct new quays in the commercial and passenger sectors of the port.
The port infrastructure of Giurgiu port will be modernized from 2018 until 2020. The works to be executed within the investment project shall result in the reinforcement of stone-lined wharves and the mole.
The project foresees modernization of Moldova Veche port infrastructure in the commercial and touristic port sector.
For the rehabilitation and modernization of infrastructure in the port of Calarasi works are needed in the commercial port and at the berth for mooring of the waste collection vessel.
The DAPhNE project aimed at developing a project platform in the Danube region that would allow a permanent and long-term structured exchange of information between all relevant stakeholders. Even after the project is completed, this platform shall function as a network which works as a generator of future development, innovation and capacity building projects.