Wednesday 20th June – Conference Room 1
The Mediterranean multimodal corridor: connecting Europe with the support of the TEN-T network
The development of European logistics through an increase in the connections of European rail networks, made possible through the integration of TEN-T and last mile national connections with ports. The goal is to promote the modal transfer of goods from road to sea and railways in a new vision of integrated logistics and intermodal transport system. It’s necessary to build a European transport network, ranging from the sea to inland waterways and railways, through a sustainable development of the various transport means, in a bid to significantly reduce emissions and the high social costs of road transport. Under this new strategy, rail freight transport can play a major role in favoring interconnection among other types of transport.
CPMR will talk about the current revision of the CEF (regulation in which the routes of the TEN-T priority corridors are defined as the Mediterranean Corridor) and the territorial dimension of the CEF and TEN-T, and the CPMR political positions on this subject.
|14.30/17.00||14.30||Ing. Giulia COSTAGLI – Head of Studies and Innovative projects – Italian Railway Network Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (RFI)|
|14.50||Dott. Enrico Maria PUJIA – General Manager – Directorate General for Transport and Railway Infrastructures – Ministry of Infrastructures and Transport|
|15.10||Guillaume MORENO – Policy Analyst – CPMR|
|15.30||Dott. Emanuele GRIMALDI – CEO – Grimaldi Group|
|15.50||Ing. Marco TERRANOVA – FER CARGO|