Project ID: PA1A127
Project website: https://www.bayernhafen.de/en/services/infrastructure/cef-project.html
The port of Regensburg is located on the Rhine – Danube Corridor and Regensburg is listed in the Annex II part 2 of Regulation 1315/2013 as a core multimodal logistics platform and inland port. The project aims at improving the accessibility of the port and to strengthen the multimodal TEN-T Core Network in order to increase the competitiveness of the European economy.
Apart from several infrastructure rehabilitation and capacity extension measures in the port, the current CEF project was launched in 2016.
The investment is earmarked for improvement works in the port area such as extending the rail facilities to accommodate block trains, expanding electrification of the rail facilities and improving the flow of traffic at level crossings in the port.
Activities focus on the works for the construction and the electrification of new railway tracks in the port area, and the improvement of some level crossing points.
The project will reach its objectives by adapting the marshalling yard to accommodate block trains of 740 m length, expanding the rail infrastructure to optimise operational processes, improving co-modality through the electrification of two multipurpose loading tracks and the safety upgrade of level crossings.
The 4 main activities:
Increased attractiveness of the port in the TEN-T Core Network.
Start date: 01.03.2016
End date: 31.10.2018
Total budget: 5,480,000 EUR
EU funds: 1,096,000 EUR are funded by Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) 2014 - 2020
Private funds: 4,384,000 EUR funded by Bayernhafen GmbH & Co. KG
Project leader: Bayernhafen GmbH & Co. KG (website: www.bayernhafen.de)
Address: Linzer Straße 6, 93057 Regensburg / Germany
Contact person: Máté Gelencsér
Contact data: email@example.com; +49 (0) 941 / 7 95 04-39
The project addresses key priorities of the European Union transport policy such as:
Data provided by: Máté Gelencsér (Bayernhafen GmbH & Co. KG, Germany) - 05.07.2017