The “Adriamos” project scope is strengthening an efficient, constant and reliable transport service based on the integration of sea-land transport modes on the Adriatic-Ionian corridor.
A better sea connection between the port of Venice and the ports of the Ionian Sea and Western Greece (Igoumenitsa and Patras)– determinedly – contributes to reducing the economic, social and environmental
costs tied to port and logistic activities.
In particular the strategic outputs of ADRIAMOS are as follows:
- The Adriatic Motorways of the Sea terminal (Fusina terminal Ro-Ro, Ro-Pax) operating from May 2014. Once at full working capacity it, will feature 2 docks with 4 10.5mt-deep quays, which will accommodate 4 ships and one logistic platform – with specific Schengen and non-Schengen areas – completed with dedicated buildings and warehouses, port yards and car parks covering a total area of 32 hectares.
- The Igoumenitsa Port Authority preliminary studies for the building of a Freight Terminal in the Thesprotia region to serve freight transport coming from the Adriatic Sea.
Period 16/11/2012 – 31/12/2014
Beneficiaries: Venice Port Authority (coordinator), Venice Ro Port Mos, Igoumentisa Port Authority
Project total budget € 56.700.000