Rehabilitation of the right bank of the Danube river at km 1,322 (Sotin)

National project (HR) The Danube river near the village of Sotin at river-km 1,322 causes erosion of the extremely dilapidated right bank which might result in the undermining and subsequent collapse of the bank. A direct effect of lateral erosion of the river is the decrease of water depths, especially at low-water periods, thus negatively affecting inland waterway transport. The project foresees river engineering measures on this sector (sill and two T-groynes).

International ship winter shelter on the Danube in Croatia

National project (HR) The new winter shelter for vessels would be situated in Opatovac and be equipped with all necessary infrastructures. The construction of the winter shelter includes the creation of bank structures, the construction of an additional building and the organization of local waters.

T4P – Train for Ports

Proposal for a transnational project (NL, DE, RO) The project intended to address sectoral changes and human issues, specifically needed skills, as a component of wider efforts to make EU ports more competitive and resource-efficient. It intended to feature an analysis of the status quo of formal and informal education and training with respect to port activities, look into future challenges and demands in education and training of port workers and design a roadmap for a European Port Training Policy.

Implementation of River Information Services in Serbia

National project (RS) Serbian River Information Services cover the entire stretch of the Danube waterway in Serbia, including cross-border sections which form a crucial part of the system. Implementation of RIS in Serbia is harmonized with the existing RIS systems in Europe.

PlasticFreeDanube – Macro plastic waste in and along the Danube

Transnational project (SK) The project will give an overall picture of the plastic waste transport in the Danube by combining information on waste generation, waste treatment, littering and waste held back by hydropower plants into a comprehensive material flow analysis. Once the data has been collected, measures to reduce this problem will be developed and implemented.