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The Danube River – Access way to Constantza Port The 4 th of October 2007, Budapest Monica Patrichi Expert Ministry of Transport General Directorate for Naval Transport
ROMANIAN DANUBE SECTOR In Romania the Danube River has a length of km., which means cca.44.4% of the total navigable length. On the Romanian sector Danube is divided in two parts according to the navigation clearance: 1. River Danube (km. 1,075 – km.175) 1. River Danube (km. 1,075 – km.175) - sector with retention regime (km. 1,075 – km. 863) - sector with retention regime (km. 1,075 – km. 863) - sector with free flows (km. 863 – km. 175) - sector with free flows (km. 863 – km. 175) Waterway width 180 m. Waterway depth 3.5 m. Waterway width m. Waterway depth 2.5 m.
ROMANIAN DANUBE SECTOR Danube – Black Sea Canal Poarta Alba – Midia Navodari Canal Length 64.4 km km. Draught 5.5 m. 4.5 m. Twin locks (double) 2 (Agigea and Cernavoda) 2 (Ovidiu and Navodari) Max. convoy 18,000 to. 3,000 to. River and maritime ships 5,000 tdw. 2,000 tdw.
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY Improvement of the conditions for navigation on the Romanian – Bulgarian common sector of the Danube River (km 845,5 – km 375) About 23 bottlenecks Feasibility study has started in May 2007 End: July 2008 FS value: 2.5 MEURO (ISPA and state budget) Works execution: 2010 – 2013 Estimated value of works: 144 MEUR Romania: 70 MEUR (CF and state budget) Bulgaria: 74 MEUR
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY Improvement of the conditions for navigation on Calarasi – Braila sector (km 375 – km 175) Technical project, EIA and tender documents Hydrotechnical works will start in 2008 and the first phase will end in Value of works, phase I: 37,7 MEURO
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY Implementation of the topohydrographical measurements and signalization systems for the Romanian Danube sector Implementation of the topohydrographical measurements and signalization systems for the Romanian Danube sector 3 specialized ships acquisition Sensors for the floating signals Value: 5.1 MEURO (50 % EBI and 50% state budget) Start: February 2007 End: April 2008
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY RoRIS
RoRIS (Romanian River Information Services) - The traffic related RoRIS services are: FIS: Fairway Information Service a. Visual aids to navigation, b. Radiotelephone service on inland waterway, c. Internet service, d. Electronic navigation chart service. TI: Traffic Information a. TTI: Tactical Traffic Information b. STI: Strategic Traffic Information TM: Traffic Management a. VTS: Local Traffic Management (Vessel Traffic Service) b. NS: Navigational Support c. LBM: Lock and Bridge management CAS: Calamity Abatement Support
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY RoRIS (Romanian River Information Services) - The transport related RIS services are: ITL: Information for Transport Logistic a. VP: Voyage Planning b.TPM: Transport Management c. PTM: Inter modal port and terminal management d. CFM: Cargo and fleet management d. CFM: Cargo and fleet management ILE: Information for law enforcement ST: Statistics CHD: Waterway charges and harbour fees
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY Ro RIS, phase II Ro RIS, phase II Value: 9 MEURO (FEDR and state budget) Implementation: Electronic Navigation Charts (ENC) Electronic Navigation Charts (ENC) Responsible: River Administration of the Lower Danube, Galati 2 centers for ENC development: Giurgiu and Galaţi
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGEY CONSTANTZA PORT
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION ! CONTACT DETAILS: MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT GENERAL DIRECTORATE FOR NAVAL TRANSPORT Alexandru Serban CUCU - General Director Address: 38, Dinicu Golescu Str., sector 1, Bucharest, ROMANIA Tel Fax