Posted by Viktoria Weissenburger, Monday, 10th July 2017 @ 1:23 pm
As a consequence of critical points on the Călăraşi – Brăila section of the Danube, vessels must take a bypass route via the Bala–Borcea branch, which extends the navigation distance to around 110 km, for periods of around 140 – 160 days/ year. The project therefore includes river engineering works which will ensure navigation levels on the Old Danube and have a reduced impact on the environment, having effects only during low water seasons.
Posted by Viktoria Weissenburger, Monday, 10th July 2017 @ 8:58 am
Critical sections on the Danube River in Serbia are identified in the Master Plan for IWW Transport in Serbia (2006). River training works are needed in order to achieve fairway parameters which would improve navigation conditions in terms of safety. Necessary designs and tender documentation for river training works on six critical sections on the Danube River in Serbia were elaborated.
Posted by Viktoria Weissenburger, Thursday, 6th July 2017 @ 11:27 am
Within the project a most complex system in the area of Intelligent Systems of Naval Transport was developed, taking into account that it covers all ports with significant traffic on the Romanian Danube sector.
Posted by Viktoria Weissenburger, Thursday, 29th June 2017 @ 3:15 pm
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.
Posted by Viktoria Weissenburger, Thursday, 29th June 2017 @ 2:06 pm
As EU member state Bulgaria has the obligation to establish a RIS system, which is a part of the trans-European network concerning the technical guidelines for the planning, implementation and operational use of river information services in order to ensure effective and safe navigation on the inland waterways.