The Development of Containerisation in Croatia and Strategic Long-Term Development. ..
AbstractThe geo-traffic advantages of the Republic of Croatia havenot yet been evaluated as a whole. The traffic-maritime valorisationis included in the strategy of long-term development ofCroatia. This particularly implies the constntction and modernisationof the sophisticated railway and road traffic routesconnecting the Danube region and the Adriatic, especiallyalong the transversal corridor the Danube region - Zagreb -Rijeka - maritime markets, and then towards other maritimeand river ports. At the same time, the application of these technologiesshould be reconstntcted longitudinally from the Westto the East. The container and piggyback terminals and cargotransport centres (RTC) should be primarily constructed, regularcontainer and piggyback trains established and connected,by sea ports and shipping, first of all through the port of Rijeka,with various maritime markets.In this way, higher rationalisation would be achieved, firstof all in traffic, then in economy and the community as a whole,with a far greater traffic safety, environmental protection, majorforeign exchange inflow, etc.
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