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TABLE OF CONTENT

Alignments of Core Network Corridors (CNC) .............................. 1

Member States affected by the different CNC ................................ 3

Connections between the CNC ............................................................ 3

Baltic-Adriatic Corridor........................................................................ 4

North Sea-Baltic Corridor ................................................................. 12

Mediterranean Corridor .................................................................... 20

Orient/East-Med Corridor ................................................................ 27

Scandinavian-Mediterranean Corridor ........................................ 33

Rhine-Alpine Corridor ....................................................................... 44

Atlantic Corridor .................................................................................. 50

North Sea-Mediterranean Corridor ............................................... 56

Rhine-Danube Corridor ..................................................................... 65

Alignments of Core Network Corridors (CNC)

Name Alignment

Baltic Adriatic Corridor Gdynia Gdask Katowice/Sawkw

Gdask Warszawa Katowice

Katowice Ostrava Brno Wien

Szczecin/winoujcie Pozna Wrocaw Ostrava

Katowice ilina Bratislava Wien

Wien Graz Villach Udine Trieste

Udine Venezia Padova Bologna Ravenna

Graz Maribor Ljubljana Koper/Trieste

North Sea-Baltic Corridor Helsinki Tallinn Riga

Ventspils Riga

Riga Kaunas

Klaipeda Kaunas Vilnius

Kaunas Warszawa

BY border Warszawa Pozna Frankfurt/Oder Berlin Hamburg

Berlin Magdeburg Braunschweig Hannover

Hannover Bremen Bremerhaven/Wilhelmshaven

Hannover Osnabrck Hengelo Almelo Deventer Utrecht

Utrecht Amsterdam

Utrecht Rotterdam Antwerpen

Hannover Kln Antwerpen

Mediterranean Corridor Algeciras Bobadilla Madrid Zaragoza Tarragona

Sevilla Bobadilla Murcia

2

Cartagena Murcia Valencia Tarragona

Tarragona Barcelona Perpignan Marseille/Lyon Torino Novara

Milano Verona Padova Venezia Ravenna/Trieste/Koper - Ljubljana

Budapest

Ljubljana/Rijeka Zagreb Budapest UA border

Orient/East-Med Corridor Hamburg Berlin

Rostock Berlin Dresden

Bremerhaven/Wilhelmshaven Magdeburg Dresden

Dresden st nad Labem Melnik/Praha - Kolin

Kolin Pardubice Brno Wien/Bratislava Budapest Arad Timioara

Craiova Calafat Vidin Sofia

Sofia Plovdiv Burgas

Plovdiv TR border

Sofia Thessaloniki Athina Piraeus Lemesos Lefkosia

Athina Patra/Igoumenitsa

Scandinavian-Mediterranean

Corridor

RU border HaminaKotka Helsinki Turku/Naantali Stockholm Malm

Oslo Goteburg Malm Trelleborg

Malm Kbenhavn Kolding/Lbeck Hamburg Hannover

Bremen Hannover Nrnberg

Rostock Berlin Leipzig Mnchen

Nrnberg Mnchen Innsbruck Verona Bologna Ancona/Firenze

Livorno/La Spezia - Firenze Roma Napoli Bari Taranto Valletta

Napoli Gioia Tauro Palermo/Augusta Valletta

Rhine-Alpine Corridor Genova Milano Lugano Basel

Genova Novara Brig Bern Basel Karlsruhe Mannheim Mainz

Koblenz Kln

Kln Dsseldorf Duisburg Nijmegen/Arnhem Utrecht Amsterdam

Nijmegen Rotterdam Vlissingen

Kln Lige Bruxelles/Brussel Gent

Lige Antwerpen Gent Zeebrugge

Atlantic Corridor Algeciras Bobadilla Madrid

Sines / Lisboa Madrid Valladolid

Lisboa Aveiro Leixes/Porto

Aveiro Valladolid Vitoria Bergara Bilbao/Bordeaux Paris Le

Havre/Metz Mannheim/Strasbourg

North Sea- Mediterranean

Corridor

Belfast Dublin Cork

Glasgow/Edinburgh Liverpool/Manchester Birmingham

Birmingham Felixstowe/London/Southampton

London Lille Brussel/Bruxelles

Amsterdam Rotterdam Antwerp Brussel/Bruxelles Luxembourg

Luxembourg Metz Dijon Macon Lyon Marseille

Luxembourg Metz Strasbourg Basel

Antwerpen/Zeebrugge Gent Dunkerque/Lille Paris

Rhine-Danube Corridor Strasbourg Stuttgart Mnchen Wels/Linz

Strasbourg Mannheim Frankfurt Wrzburg Nrnberg Regensburg

Passau Wels/Linz

Mnchen/Nrnberg Praha Ostrava/Perov ilina Koice UA border

Wels/Linz Wien Bratislava Budapest Vukovar

Wien/Bratislava Budapest Arad Braov/Craiova Bucureti Constanta

Sulina

3

Member States affected by the different CNC

Connections between the CNC

4

Baltic-Adriatic Corridor

Description

This 2400 km long Corridor will connect the Baltic ports in Poland with the ports of the

Adriatic Sea. It starts at the harbours of Gdansk and Gdynia going via strong economic

centres like Warsaw, Vienna and Venice to Trieste and Ravenna. The Corridor will have

some branches: Szczecin-Swinoujscie, Graz via Udine to Trieste and Graz via Ljubljana to

Trieste/Koper. The Corridor will provide better access to Baltic and Adriatic seaports for the

economic centres in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Austria. It encompasses the

present Priority Projects 23 and 25 and Rail Freight corridor 5 (Gdansk-Ravenna). There is no

corresponding ERTMS corridor. The Baltic Adriatic Corridor crosses six Member States and

includes the following nodes of the TEN-T core network set out in Annex II of the TEN-T

guidelines:

urban nodes,

including their ports

and airports

Airports to be

connected to

TEN-T rail and

road by 2050

Maritime ports - to

be connected to TEN-

T rail and road by

2030

rail-road terminals

in core network

Gdask

Szczecin

Warszawa

d

Pozna

Katowice

Krakw

Wrocaw

Ostrava

Bratislava

Wien

Ljubljana

Venezia

Bologna

Warszawa Okecie

Wien

Gdask

Gdynia

Szczecin

Swinoujscie

Venezia

Bologna

Trieste

Koper

Inland core

network ports

Szczecin

Swinoujscie

Bratislava

Wien

Ravenna

Gdask

Szczecin

Szczecin/Swinoujscie

Warszawa

d

Pozna

Katowice

Krakw

Wrocaw

Ostrava

Prerov

Brno

Bratislava

Wien

Graz (Werndorf)

Ljubljana

Cervignano

Venezia

Padova

Bologna

Amongst the nine Core Network Corridors, the Baltic Adriatic Corridor will cross or tangent

five other Corridors namely the North Sea Baltic Corridor, the Mediterranean Corridor, the

Scandinavian-Mediterranean Corridor, the Rhine Danube Corridor and the Orient/East-Med

Corridor.

5

Rail Freight Corridor 5

Alignment: Gdynia Katowice Ostrava /ilina -Bratislava/Vienna/

Klagenfurt Udine Venice / Trieste / Bologna /Ravenna/ Graz-

Maribor-Ljubljana-Koper/Trieste

Countries: Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Italy, Poland, Slovenia

Deadline for making corridor operational: 10 November 2015

http://www.rne.eu/rne-news/items/european-rail-freight-corridors-

conference-2012.html

Main missing links

The main missing links of the Baltic Adriatic Corridor are

the cross-border sections and

Semmering- and Koralm-Tunnel in Austria (alpine crossing). The multimodal cross-border connections between Vienna, Bratislava, Ostrava and Katowice

need upgrading. Traffic management systems must be developed along the corridors and

multimodal connections with the ports should also be developed.

Interoperablity

Some barriers to interoperability of rail have to be overcome:

different electrifications (3 kV DC in Poland and Italy, 3kV DC/25 kV 50 Hz in Czech Republic and Slovakia, 15 kV 16 2/3 Hz in Austria), different standards with regards

to train length and axle loads.

The Baltic Adriatic Corridor belongs on short section in Slovenia and Italy to the ERTMS corridor D.

Modal integration

Exploiting the multimodal dimension will require further development of efficient,

interoperable multimodal centres along the corridor (both and rail-road terminals and Inland

Waterways ports), able to attract private operators and generate additional demand.

Success stories

During the last decade in Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia some road and rail sections

along the Baltic-Adriatic-Corridor have been updated, renovated or build. In Austria the

works to eliminate bottlenecks or missing links started or are close to be terminated:

The building of the new Vienna railway station is going to be finished by 2015. The station was already partly opened in 2012.

The works at the 30 km long Koralm-Tunnel started in April 2011. This tunnel will provide the first direct rail link between Klagenfurt and Graz in Austria. Once

operational in