Pruga Rijeka-Zagreb kao glavni prometni pravac Jadran-srednjoeuropske zemlje
The Republic of Croatia is to a major degree interested in an accelerated modernization of the Adriatic-Danube Basin (Rijeka-Central European Countries) traffic corridor, to meet both its own requirements and the requirements o[ Central European countries which do not have a direct exit to the sea but have major volumes of transit freight transported by sea. The Rijeka-Zagreb railway line nowadays is not any limitation factor in either passenger or freight transport however the subject capacities should be maximum extended while taking account of all engineering and technological and management measures. The operation of the railway line should be made synchronous with the operation of the Rijeka railway junction, and port capacities (also calling for modernization) and finally with the facilities of the Zagreb Marshaling Yard. Geographic and traffic-aspersed advantages of Zagreb, in particular its significance in the corridor of Central Europe sets the requirement for the construction of a container terminal and goods collection and distribution center in Zagreb as major link on the Rijeka-Danube basin freight flows route.
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