As an environmentally-friendly and safe transport mode, inland waterway transport (IWT) is an important enabler for economic growth and competitiveness in the Danube Region.
The Danube is an international waterway with 10 riparian countries (along the Danube), 9 of which being responsible for waterway maintenance. To ensure a coordinated basic infrastructure quality, the transnational cooperation of national waterway authorities is crucial.
A transnational harmonisation of smart traffic infrastructure information for the Danube as an entire transport corridor is an important prerequisite for public authorities in order to be capable of satisfying user needs of the commercial IWT sector. For instance, data about fairway conditions from all Danube countries will help vessel operators to optimise their voyage and transport planning, which is in most cases international.
The objective of the project is to establish and maintain an efficient and environmentally-friendly transportation network (Danube and its navigable tributaries) by further developing effective waterway infrastructure management.
In addition to consolidating common standards and tools, the project’s results and outputs include user-oriented information services. These enable rapid information transfer on the quality of the waterway’s infrastructure. On the strategic level, cooperation with stakeholders (ecology, navigation) and coordination with political level EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) are important project activities.
To achieve a higher utilization of waterway transport in the region, the project will consolidate the quality of waterway infrastructure and waterway maintenance. The project has many innovative elements which are part of future technologies and services (i.e. inland waterway infrastructure improvement pilots). Moreover, Danube STREAM efficiently capitalises on previous project results (i.e. South East Europe project NEWADA duo) to build on existing knowledge and to deploy results closely together with targeted users of the Danube waterway.
- Start date
- End date
- Budget in Euro
- Overall: 2.108.661,42
- ERDF Contribution: 1.636.123,69
- IPA Contribution: 156.238,5
- ENI Contribution: 0
- Call number
- Call 1
- Better connected and energy responsible Danube region
- Specific objective
- Support environmentally-friendly and safe transport systems and balanced accessibility of urban and rural areas
|Filename||Date of upload|
|Danube STREAM Glossary||13-03-2019 18:24:26|
|Danube STREAM Animation movie||01-02-2019 10:19:03|
|Common Danube Report 2017||02-11-2018 08:33:57|
|Common Danube Report 2016||11-10-2017 16:25:47|
|Austrian Waterway Company||Lead email@example.com||Austria|
|Slovak Water Management Enterprise, state enterprise||ERDF firstname.lastname@example.org||Slovakia|
|General Directorate of Water Management||ERDF email@example.com||Hungary|
|National Association of Radio Distress-signalling and Infocommunications||ERDF firstname.lastname@example.org||Hungary|
|Agency for Inland Waterways||ERDF email@example.com||Croatia|
5TH - BOARD OF DIRECTOTS -...
The Final Event of the Danube STREAM project will take place in Budapest, Hungary, on 17th September 2019, 9.00 – 14.00. The key project results will be presented and a podium discussion on future developments in inland navigation will be held...
5th Board of Directors will take place in Vienna, 23rd of May, 2019, - organized by viadonau. The Agenda is focusing on the following: Project Management Overview of planned activities “Communications” WP2; Overview of planned...
During the 4th Board of Directors in Budapest on 14th November 2018, the directors of the waterway administrations and the STREAM project team came together to discuss the progress of the project and strategic issues relevant for implementation....
Within the framework of the Danube STREAM project, the Common Danube Report 2017 was presented: the Danube waterway administrations are providing a joint information source regarding Danube waterway transport. The Common Danube Report 2017,...