National project (AT)“FAIRway works!” clusters and implements the most mature waterway-related initiatives in the corridor at this point in time. It represents a major step in the implementation of the Corridor Work Plan and will trigger additional investments (e.g. mooring infrastructures in other Danube countries). “FAIRway works!” contributes to different objectives by reducing infrastructure quality gaps and improves efficiency (e.g. Iron Gate lock, improved fairway marking, high-quality mooring places), increasing sustainability (through fostering inland navigation as such, increasing its capacity and reducing travel times for marking trips, offering shore side electricity) and increasing the benefits for its users (quality and availability of mooring places, increased safety at locks, improved surveying information and improved fairway marking).
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
National project (HR) The planned port infrastructure project in the Port of Osijek foresees the construction of coastal structures, filling the terrain and the retaining wall and establishing basic infrastructure (waste-water sewage system, electricity network, roads, etc.)