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ECMT/UNECE Seminar INTERMODAL TRANSPORT BETWEEN EUROPE AND ASIA: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES. HOSTED BY MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT OF UKRAINE KIEV, 27 and 28 September 2004. R O M A N I A. MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT, CONSTRUCTIONS AND TOURISM. CONTRIBUTION OF ROMANIA

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ECMT/UNECE Seminar

INTERMODAL TRANSPORT BETWEEN EUROPE AND ASIA: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

HOSTED BY MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT OF UKRAINE

KIEV, 27 and 28 September 2004

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R O M A N I A

MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT, CONSTRUCTIONS AND TOURISM

CONTRIBUTION OF ROMANIA

TO INTERMODAL TRANSPORT BETWEEN EUROPE AND ASIA

Marin STANCU

Superior Counsellor

General Direction for Railway Transport

KIEV, 27 and 28 September 2004

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Contribution of Romania to Intermodal Transport between Europe and Asia

ROMANIA

Candidate Country

  • 238 391 km²
  • 22.5 millions people
  • Bucharest – 2.5 mil.
  • Position:
    • South-East of Europe
    • neighbor with Black Sea
  • Transport:
    • West-East: Europe-Asia
    • North-South of Europe

EUROPE

ASIA

Marin STANCU Ministry of Transport, Construction and Tourism

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Actual status:

ROMANIA closedin 2003 the provisional negotiations with EUROPEAN UNION for Chapter 9 – Policy in the field of transports.

Next step:

The foresight for accession of ROMANIA to EUROPEAN UNION is January 1st 2007.

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1. TRANSPORT CORRIDORS THROUGH ROMANIA

2. LEGAL FRAMEWORK ON INTERMODAL TRANSPORT

IN ROMANIA

3. VOLUME OF INTERMODAL TRANSPORT IN ROMANIA

4. INTERMODAL TRANSPORT TERMINALS IN ROMANIA

5. INTERMODAL TRANSPORT SYSTEMS IN ROMANIA

6. IT DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVES

7. CONCLUSIONS

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1. TRANSPORT CORRIDORS

THROUGH ROMANIA

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Pan-European Transport Corridors

in Romania

Corridor IV: Central Europe – South East Europe

Berlin/Nurnberg–Praha–Budapest–Arad-Bucharest–Constanta

Arad–Timisoara–Craiova–Calafat–Vidin–Istanbul/Thessaloniki

Corridor VII: Danube (waterway corridor)

Corridor IX: North East Europe – South East Europe

Helsinki-S.Petersburg-Kiev/Moskva-Odessa-Chisinau-Iasi

-Bucharest-Giurgiu-Dimitrovgrad-Alexandroupolis

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PAN-EUROPEAN TRANSPORT CORRIDORS IN ROMANIA

Corridor IV

UKRAINE

HUNGARY

Corridor VII

(Danube)

IASI

MOLDOVA

REP.

Corridor IX

ARAD

Helsinki ‘97

TIMISOARA

UKRAINE

PLOIESTI

BUCHAREST

CONSTANTA

SERBIA

CRAIOVA

BLACK

SEA

CALAFAT

GIURGIU

BULGARIA

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Corridor IV

Main Characteristics of the Romanian Railway Sector

Length 880 km

Doubled line 98 %

Electrified line 99 %

Number of stations 108

Capacity Max: 210 Trains/day

Min: 60 Trains/day

Max speed Pass: 140 km/h

160 km/h (Bucharest-Campina)

Freight: 95 km/h

120 km/h (Bucharest-Campina)

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Corridor VII

Main Characteristics of the Romanian Sector of Danube

Length 1075 km

River and sea ports 32

Capacity 51.5 mil. tons/year

Canal Danube – Black Sea

Poarta Alba – Midia

Bega

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Corridor IX

Main Characteristics of the Romanian Railway Sector

Length 655 km

Doubled line 79 %

Electrified line 79 %

Number of stations 119

Max speed Pass: 140 km/h

160 km/h (Bucharest-Ploiesti)

Freight: 95 km/h

120 km/h (Bucharest-Ploiesti)

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2. LEGAL FRAMEWORK ON

INTERMODAL TRANSPORT

IN ROMANIA

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Romanian Regulations in connection with UNECE Agreements

  • Law 8/1993 regarding the ratification of EUROPEAN

AGREEMENT ON IMPORTANT INTERNATIONAL

COMBINED TRANSPORT LINES AND RELATED

INSTALLATIONS (AGTC)

  • Romania is one of the seven Contracting Parties of

PROTOCOL ON COMBINED TRANSPORT ON INLAND

WATWERWAYS (1997) TO THE AGTC

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Romanian Legislation harmonized with European Union Regulations (1)

Intermodal Transport Railway-Road

  • Government Ordinance 88/1999 regarding the establishing some rules for combined transport, approved by Law 401/2002
  • Regulation for Romanian Railway Transport, approved by Government Ordinance 41/1997
  • Government Urgency Ordinance 12/1998 regarding transport on Romanian Railway
  • Government Urgency Ordinance 125/2003, approved by Law 128/2004, amending GUO 12/1998
  • - non-discriminatory access in terminals and ports linked to rail
  • activities
  • - provisions for intermodal logistic centres
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Romanian Legislation harmonized with European Union Regulations (2)

Intermodal Transport Railway-Road-Maritime

  • Government Ordinance 42/1997 regarding civil navigation
  • Government Ordinance 116/1998 concerning the setting up of special regime for international maritime transport activity, approved by Law 231/2004
  • Government Ordinance 22/1999 regarding management of ports and services offered in the ports
  • Government Decision 71/1997 regarding the authorization of commercial societies that perform international maritime transport
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3. VOLUME OF INTERMODAL

TRANSPORT IN ROMANIA

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Intermodal Transport at CFR MARFA

First semester of 2004/2003

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4. INTERMODAL TRANSPORT

TERMINALS IN ROMANIA

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Existing terminals

Number of terminals

CFR MARFA 24

CONSTANTA PORT 4

INTERCONTAINER-INTERFRIGO (ICF) 1

FRATTI & DAEWOO 2

TOTAL 31

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New terminals in short time

Number of terminals

VAN d. VLIST 1

ROMTRANS 2

CFR MARFA (RO-LA) 2

TOTAL 5

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Constanta Port – The turntable of European and Euro - Asian Transport

  • The biggest commercial port of the Black Sea
  • Total surface: > 3.000 ha
  • Loading and unloading capacities: > 200 mil. Tons/year
  • Connection with Rotterdam through: Black Sea-Danube Canal, Danube, Main-Rhine
  • God opportunities for intermodal transport (4 intermodal terminals)
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5. INTERMODAL TRANSPORT

SYSTEMS IN ROMANIA

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Existing systems

  • Unaccompanied intermodal railway–road transport, that grants the “door to door“ transport using the two transport modalities, without affecting the freight when changing the type of transport
  • Accompanied intermodal transport (RO-LA), that offers the transport of road tractors accompanied by the drivers, technology that grants the elimination of congestion of traffic and less pollution of the environment
  • Accompanied and unaccompaniedrailway and/or road- maritime intermodal transport, by using the ferry-boat vessels from the patrimony of the national freight operator CFR MARFA
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Transport RO - LA at CFR MARFA

Special wagons (Saadkkms) 10 axels with low platform

Number of wagons: 160

Operating trains: 12 weeklyon both directions

Traveling time: 20 hours

Connection: Arad-Glogovăţ (Romania) –Wels (Austria)

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Using ferryboats of CFR MARFA (1)

Connection of Romania with:

Middle East

Caucasian Area

Central Asia

Transports in ferry-boat offers a wide range of advantages for freight transportation in wagons or trucks: reduced distance, reduced traveling time, reduced numbers of borders, good accommodations for truck drivers

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6. INTERMODAL TRANSPORT

DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVES

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Increase Transport between

Europe and Asia next 30 years

Transport of oil and other natural resources from Asia to Europe

Transport of manufactured products in both directions

Development of Eastern Europe (Enlargement of European Union)

As a result: Increase of Intermodal Transport

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Increase Intermodal Transport in Romania

Transport of goods from Asia to Europe

Transport of manufactured products in both directions

Development of logistic centers in Romania:

The most appropriate locations: Constanta, Bucharest, Timisoara, Oradea, Brasov, Bacau and Craiova

As a result: Increase of Intermodal Transport

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CONCLUSIONS

  • An important path of transport between Europe and Asia passed through ROMANIA.
  • It is necessary to develop international legislation for increase intermodal transport, inclusively between EUROPE and ASIA. ROMANIA can participate at this process.
  • Number of intermodal transport terminals from ROMANIA have increase.
  • It is a big potential for intermodal transport in ROMANIA.
  • ROMANIA intends to develop next years, logistic center for intermodal transport that will be used for increase the intermodal transport between EUROPE and ASIA.