Influence of Railway Traffic on the Pan-European Corridor V.B on the Development of the Port of Rijeka
AbstractConsidering the traffic development of Croatia and thewider traffic environment, special significance lies on the developmentof the Port of Rijeka and its traffic connection with thehinterland. The planned and necessary increase of the capacitiesof the Port of Rijeka requires adequate support by the railand road traffic towards the interior of Croatia and other partsof Europe. Here, the support of the rail traffic is of special significance,regarding its advantages over road traffic. The workanalyses the demand for transport of goods and passengers inrail traffic on the pan-European Corridor V.B in the present andthe planned circumstances in the future. The work analyses theforecast of the transport of goods and passengers for the perioduntil 2020 as part of the planned development of the Port ofRijeka. Based on this development a possible improvement ofrail connection of Rijeka and the interior of Croatia and EastEurope is proposed.
Studijska analiza postojece dokumentacije o novoj ieljeznickoj
pruzi Zagreb-Rijeka, Institut prometa i veza, Zagreb,
Studija redefiniranja prometnog i prostornog rjesenja -
ieljeznicki cvor Rijeka, ZPD, Zagreb, 2002.
Strategija prometnog razvitka Republike Hrvatske, Ministarstvo
pomorstva, prometa i veza RH, Zagreb, February
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prometnog sustava, Magistarski znanstveni rad, Rijeka,
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s aspekta paneuropskog V.n koridora, Doctoral dissertation,
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