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On May 11, in Dubrovnik, during the EA SEA-Way Project Final Conference, was presented the Cross-Border Agreement (CBA) for the institution of the Adriatic-Ionian Maritime Passenger Transport Observatory.

The Project sustainability is ensured by a set of agreements signed among Partners on specific topics, supporting the Project Pilot Actions results, with the CBA for setting up of a Cross-Border Observatory on passenger maritime transport, as the most strategic one. It is aimed at, coherent with recent EUSAIR strategy for mobility, contributing to the optimization of passenger transport in the Adriatic-Ionian area (in term of lines, infrastructures and services), increasing the volume and quality of passengers traffic flows, also by contributing to the decrease of land (mainly road) traffic and the reduction of CO2 emissions, for better integrating the Adriatic and Ionian port system with its hinterland.

It was held in Dubrovnik on May 11 the final event of the EA SEA-WAY project, entitled “Capitalization of results in transport models and passenger mobility for supporting EU Strategy for the Adriatic and Ionian Region (EUSAIR) development”.

The partnership of the project, co-financed by the IPA Adriatic 2007-2013 cooperation program. The conference, has been working for 32 months with a budget of 6 million and a half euro to strengthen sustainable passenger transport systems for the benefit of the Adriatic IPA Programme and for making available to EUSAIR some best practices and some concrete results.

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