Construction Commences on Intermodal Terminal in Batajnica

Construction Commences on Intermodal Terminal in Batajnica   Construction of intermodal terminal commenced in Batajnica. This project is conducted under the IPA 2015 program, with total value of 15.5 mil EUR, while the procurement of equipment and technical support to the operator, worth 2.9 mil EUR, will be financed from the state budget, according to…

First SEERRIN Online Conference

First SEERRIN Online Conference   The first online meeting of Southeast Europe Railway Research and Innovation Network (SEERRIN) was organized today. The network was formed in January 2020 by Railway Cluster for Southeast Europe, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences from Zagreb, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering from Belgrade and the University of Birmingham/Birmingham…

SEE Rail Perspective, Issue Seventeen

SEE Rail Perspective, Issue Seventeen The seventeenth issue of SEE Rail Perspective, regular newsletter of Rail Cluster for Southeast Europe is published. The newsletter covers the news on the activities of the Cluster, important events in this sector from the region, as well as of the activities of Cluster members. All Cluster members interested in…

MIND Park – Largest Industrial Park in Southeast Europe

MIND Park – Largest Industrial Park in Southeast Europe   Milanović Industries Park – MIND Park has a very favourable geographical position, and it is located 12 km from Kragujevac in the heart of Central Serbia. This city with more than 100 years of industrial history is an important transportation knot for this part of…

Reconstruction of Budapest-Belgrade Railway in Hungary Begins

Reconstruction of Budapest-Belgrade Railway in Hungary Begins   Reconstruction of Hungarian section of Budapest-Belgrade railway began on Monday, July 13, with the entry into force the Contract on Revitalization of the Project, stated the Hungarian Ministry of Innovation and Technology. Minister of innovation and technology, László Palkovics said to the companies in charge of construction…