Transnational project (BG, RO) The proposed project concerns the Romanian – Bulgarian common section of the Danube, where some of the most critical bottlenecks of the Danube are located. The overall objective of this Feasibility Study is to identify technical solutions to be implemented in order to ensure at least minimum fairway parameters for the benefit of safe and efficient traffic on this Danube stretch throughout the year. During the study solutions for each critical section will be identified based on field measurements, hydrological modelling etc.
Ship-generated waste collection and processing system and response in cases of pollution on the Danube sector managed by the CN APDF SA Giurgiu
National project (RO) The project aimed to increase the quality of the ship-generated waste collection and processing services and the response in cases of pollution in the Danube ports Moldova Veche, Orşova, Drobeta Turnu Severin, Giurgiu, Călăraşi and Cernavodă.
Transnational project (RO, BG) Over the last two decades, the reliability and cost-effectiveness of Danube transportation deteriorated tremendously. The severest restrictions to navigation occurred on the Lower Danube, in the common Romanian – Bulgarian Danube sector. Three locations are especially critical: Calafat, Bechet and Corabia. Capital dredging measures are planned for each of these sections.
Transnational project (CZ, AT, SK, HU, HR, RS, RO, BG, UA) The project DREAM provides the umbrella for a set of research topics. The objective is to establish adequate hydraulic laboratories, improve computer-based simulations and establish commonly agreed field study sites along the Danube for the research of hydrodynamics, sediment transport, morphodynamics and ecological processes in the various reaches of the Danube river.
National project (RO) The development of railways in the river–maritime area of Constanta Port increased the accessibility of the port, decreased travel time for cargo and sustained the development of efficient multimodal terminals.
Transnational project (NL, BE, DE, AT, RO) PROMINENT was aimed at providing solutions which make inland navigation as competitive as road transport - in terms of air pollutant emissions - by 2020 and beyond. In parallel, PROMINENT aimed to further decrease the energy consumption and carbon footprint of IWT.
Road bridge at km 0+540 of the Danube–Black Sea Canal and the works related to the road and access infrastructure for the Port of Constanta
National project (RO) The project was necessary for connecting the Constanţa Port to the Bucharest–Constanţa highway (A2), establishing a direct link between the Northern and the Southern part of the Constanta Port.
Transnational project (NL, UK, FR, SE, DE, AT, HU, RO) The project aimed at the modernisation of existing inland ships applying state-of-the-art knowledge and technology transfer from other transport modes.