Mediterranean corridor

The corridor Europe needs

Miquel Valls's picture

The European single market’s competitiveness within the global economy’s framework requires, as a necessary condition, an efficient transport system regarding the economic, social and environmental costs. In this regard, prioritising the Mediterranean Corridor is the paradigmatic example of a long-term strategy implemented by the European Commission through its Trans-European Transport Network proposal.

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The Mediterranean Railway Corridor: a European priority

Joan Amorós's picture

FERRMED is a European-level multi-sectoral association, initiated by the business world, which has the following main objectives:

  • To enhance business competitiveness through the improvement of transportation systems, railway in particular.
  • To define a basic European network of freight railway transportation (Core Network) where the so-called FERRMED standards would be implemented.
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Rail freight - a common priority

Isabel Yglesias i Julià's picture

One of the challenges Europe has been facing for the past few years is enhancing the competitiveness of its economy. To reach this goal, logistics and transport play a key role. Competitiveness is no longer understood without sustainability. This is why switching from road to rail transport is a key priority for many European regions. This is also why, today, the review of European transport axis is not only relevant, but urgent.

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