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Newsletter 16 - May 2012
3rd SEETAC Annual Ministerial Meeting and SEEIF in Athens

On May 21st - 22nd in Athens the 3rd Annual Ministerial Meeting of the South East European Transport Axis Cooperation will take place, along with the South East Europe Infrastructure Forum.

The events are co-organised by the Hellenic Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks and the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

More than a year after the last Ministerial Meeting within the SEETAC (Tirana, November 16thread more

SEETAC project presented before the Transport and Tourism Committee of European Parliament at the CEI Headquarters

On March 19th, the Central European Initiative (CEI) hosted a delegation from the Transport and Tourism Committee of the European Parliament, chaired by its President, Mr. Brian Simpson. The Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) were welcomed by the CEI Secretary General, Amb. Gerhard Pfanzelter and the Prefect of Trieste, Alessandro Giacchetti who underlined the importance of modern infrastructure as a precondition for economic growth.

In particular, ...read more

CETRA 2012 International Conference in Dubrovnik

On May 7-9 2012 takes place in Dubrovnik (Croatia) the 2nd International Conference on Road and Rail Infrastructure CETRA 2012, organised by the Faculty of Civil Engineering Department for Transportation of the University of Zagreb. The intention of CETRA 2012 is to bring together scientists and experts in the fields of road and railway engineering and give them one more opportunity to present the results of their research, findings and innovations, analyzing problems i...read more

2012 International Transport Forum - Seamless Transport: Making Connections in Leipzig

Leipzig (Germany) hosted from May 2-4, the 2012 International Transport Forum (ITF) Summit, annual international platform for debate on the future of transport organised by the ITF, a transport organisation linked to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). This year, the Summit involved transport experts and decision-makers from governments, industry, civil society and research from more than 50 member countries; for the first time, China participated as ...read more

Bulgaria will complete some 1.600 km of roads by 2020

The 7th annual conference "Strategic Infrastructure in Bulgaria 2012" held in Sofia on at the end of March was the occasion for the Bulgarian Transport Minister Mr. Moskovski to make a point about the state of the road transport infrastructure development. At present, 260 km of highways are under construction and another 450 km of highways are to be completed by 2020; at the same time more than 800 km of high-speed roads are also foreseen and should be realized in next ...read more

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