In terms of inland waterway transport the programme will contribute to creating conditions for improvements in the navigability of the Danube river and improvements in Bratislava’s port through implementation of following activities:
Feasibility study to improve the navigability of the Danube waterway
Modernisation and construction of a public port in Bratislava
Introducing modern technologies into ship and port management
Pre-investment and project preparation
For details see: Thematic goal “Promoting sustainable transport and removing bottlenecks in key network infrastructures” / Investment priority “7i) Supporting a multimodal Single European Transport Area by investing in TEN-T” / Specific goal 4.1 “Improving the quality of services provided in the public port in Bratislava”.
Rate of co-financing and conditions
Co-funding rate 95 %, at maximum, of the eligible cost.
Other important information
The Operational Programme Integrated Infrastructure is managed by the Ministry of Transport and of the Slovak Republic. For more information regarding the individual calls/measures, please consult the Managing authority or the OPII website.
1. Waterborne transport development agency
2. Public ports
3. Ministry of Transport and Construction of the Slovak Republic
4. Central government authorities and entities that contribute to the implementation and fulfillment of the OPII objectives
01/01/2014 - 31/12/2023
137 000 000 EUR for the Priority Axis "PO4 Waterway Transport Infrastructure (TEN-T CORE)". EU co-funding: 116 450 000 EUR & national co-funding: 20 550 000 EUR)
Commission Implementing Decision C(2014) 8045 from 28.10.2014 approving certain elements of the operational programme " Integrated Infrastructure" (OPII). Revision of OPII to version 2.1 was approved by the Commission Implementing Decision C(2016) 7475 on 15.11.2016.