AdriaticMoS project overview

Report
* AdriaticMoS
Developing of Motorways of Sea system in Adriatic region
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INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT
Established on 1985, in support of the
Transport strategy in Albania, under the administration of
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURES
*operates
under the Law No. 7893 date 22.12.1994: “On
Science and Technology Development for studies and
research on road, rail, maritime and air transport
systems” and VKM no. 861, dt. 21.11.2007
*is
the unique juridical, public, state and governmental
institution specialized on transport studies
*experienced
on feasibility studies and pre-feasibility
studies on road, rail, maritime and air transport as well as
projects opponent and consultancy.
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IT
IT accomplished up to 90 different kinds of studies and projects
Maritime Transport
Road Transport
Rail Transport
Air Transport
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IT&International Collaboration
Projects from 2003-2013
* “Survey and Information System of Adriatic Roads”(SISA)
* “Technical Assistance in Developing and Training Network
for Human
Resources in the Logistics and Transport Sector” (ADRIAFORM)
* “COoperating for mobility Demand management Enhancement” (CODE)
* “Transport EU-Western Balkan Network for Training, Support and Promotion of
Cooperation in FP7 research activities” (TRANSBONUS)
* “South East Europe Transport Observatory” (SEETO)
* “Mobility Management in Albania” (MOBALB)
* “South Eastern Europe marine and river integrated system for monitoring the
transportation of dangerous goods” (SEE MARINER)
On-going projects ….
“Motorways of Sea system in Adriatic region” (AdriaticMoS)
 “Supporting intermodal transport solutions in the Adriatic area” (INTERMODADRIA)
 “Mediterranean network for Custom Procedures and Simplification of Clearance in
Ports” (MEDNET)
“Maritime Technologies, ERA NET II European Program” (MARTEC)
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Main Activities in AdriaticMoS Project
Coordination
Activities
Studies and
reports
Steering
committee
and technical
assistance
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Dissemination
AIT
ITS - Safety
and Security
AIT Main Activities in the Project
The general objective: overview of the transport system in Albanian Adriatic Ports,
maritime and intermodal transport systems including the available infrastructure and
their hinterland connections.
to collect and analyze data on maritime freight traffic flows on the major ports as
well as the institutional frameworks affecting these services in Albania;
the presentation of Port of Durres in terms of infrastructure, traffic served,
hinterland accessibility, future projects and works;
to present policies related to the development of transport, trends, opportunities
and challenges of the development of MOS in the region;
to forecast the future freight flows and identify the potential MOS in the Albanian
Adriatic area;
to identify the ITS technologies that will increase efficiency of maritime transport,
thus producing an added value for the MOS;
to identify EU and national legislation, procedures and other port operations related
to safety and security in Adriatic ports;
the identification of the main bottlenecks and missing links and ways to overcome
these for the successful implementation of the MOS corridors.
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PORT of
DURRES
The main and biggest Port in Albania and the gateway
of Corridor VIII situated in Adriatic Sea coast
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Current situation – Facts and Figures
The transport system in Albanian Adriatic Ports involve: RO-RO, RO PAX, general cargo,
liquid/solid bulk and container services combined with rail and roads.
Maritime transport has increased in recent years, where the existing routes are used
more intensively and new routes are being established, introducing new European and
Balkan countries transit through Albanian Port s operations.
The operational infrastructure of Durres Port consists of 11 quays, Depth has a
variation from 7.5 m – 11.5m.
The main destinations: Bari, Trieste, Ancona, Koper, and Otranto
The Main Shipping activity & trade:
Commodity of goods from outer region
Commodity of goods by Adriatic region
Cargo type: Imp/exp with container
The distance of Durres Port from other cities:
36 km East of Tirana
Thessaloniki 375km
Burgas 900km
Varna 950km
Bar 205km
Skopje 320km
Pristine
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Beograd 710km
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Plan of Durres Port
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11
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Ferries Terminal
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Containers terminal
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East Bulk Cargo Terminal
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West General Cargo Terminal
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IT systems supporting port operations
 VMS (Vessels Monitoring System).
 VTMS (Vessels Traffic Monitoring System).
 TIMS
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Port of Durres– freight Volume in
Adriatic Region (000 ton)
Montenegro
Slovenia
Croatia
2012
2011
2010
Greece
Italy
0
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200
400
600
15
800
1,000
000 ton
1,200
Ro – Pax /Ro-Ro Traffic
Passengers
Unit
number
2012
798,524
2011
853,748
2010
834,040
Private Cars
number
183,263
185,704
198,807
Vehicle
number
51,673
52,698
52,767
Trailers
number
10,904
13,679
15,695
Traffic Growth
the handling of containers with a
throughput of around 80,000 TEU/year
predicted of over 550,000 TEU
annually in 2030
In the Balkan Region Export-Import from
Port of Durres:
10% to Macedonia
52 % to Kosovo
7 % to Serbia
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10 Pan European Corridors –
Balkan Region
Adriatic – Ionian Motorways
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Maritime Corridors Connection with
Road Transport Corridors in Albania
* North-South, National Corridor:
Montenegro – Greece
* Durres – Kukes, Regional Corridor:
Port of Durres – Kosova
* East – West, Corridor VIII, Trans-
Europian: Italy – Durres – Port of
Vlora – the border with Macedonia
and Greece
* Coastal Touristic Roads or Blu
Corridor : from Vlora to Saranda till
Greek border
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National Port Strategy
The Albanian National Port Strategy defines the development of traditional
ports converted into Green Ports –which will be environment
oriented, social, tourist and people friendly centers in the
coastal zones
A. Transformation of the Four City Ports of Durres, Shengjin, Vlore and
Saranda into Green Ports, enabling environmental friendly Tourism
Oriented Cities, with Ferry, Cruise Liner and Marina Facilities.
B. Development of a New and Modern Designed Commercial Port at Porto
Romano Bay, which will handle all Major Commercial Port Traffic in Albania
with respect to Import/Export and Transit to Kosovo and Corridor VIII.
C. Renovate and Bring to Full Capacity the Infrastructure in the North –
South Corridor, from the border with Montenegro till Vlore, especially
the Rail Road.
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Perspectives - Targets
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Improve legal framework on ports
Privatization of services (Concession and PPP)
Construct new terminals
The upgrade of equipments
Deepening the harbor and access channel
Rehabilitate railway and road connection & signaling
Increase the productivity of intermodal maritime transport
services in the area in an intra-European and international
scope
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Benefits of AdriaticMoS Project
implementation in Albania
Sustainable development Maritime transport and blue growth
•Identification of bottlenecks and missing infrastructures in the intermodal network, nodes and
border crossing to connect Albanian Ports with MOS to be realized in the future.
•Identification and assesment of existing infrastructures capacities and efficasity of the Durres
Port in Albanian hinterland connections with other infrastructures for intermodality.
•Estimation of current export/import flow and forecast, identifying the barriers and drivers in
the Albanian transport system as well as services and logisitcs missing.
•Development of MoS in Albania is considered as one of the main altrenatives to shift the
traffic from roads to maritime and rail transport for better operation of intermodality system in
Albania.
•Identification of missing investments, the period of time and finacing instruments to be
completed for services and logisitcs to a better accessibility and operability of Albanian Ports
and infrastructures.
•Increase and enhancement of collboration relationships betwen Adriatic Sea countries in
establishment of a common network interested for joint operations under the Adriatic MoS
Master Plan.
•Compilation of the final strategically document: Adriatic MoS Master Plan , with guidleines for
Transport sector development in support of national strategy for overall transport sector
development in Alabania.
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Lessons learned – Tasks
 to improve the maritime transport network by restoring / modernizing existing and developing
suitable port infrastructure to cater for both passenger and freight transport demand, as well as
by improving services to container transport
 to improve quality and effectiveness of the Adriatic ports’ logistics services and transshipment
capabilities in the creation of intermodal “interfaces”, such as logistics centers, dry ports, inland
container terminals and freight villages
 Adriatic ports must hence collaborate with their respective “physical” hinterlands to serve the
logistics and commercial industries of their individual countries
 development of ITS and technological evolution and present opportunities for significant
growth advantages
 the active participation of the countries of the Adriatic region in the development of the
Trans- European, Trans-Mediterranean, and Euro-Asian transport links needs to be promoted, and
efforts should be directed towards integrating their national transport networks with each
programme’s identified routes and corridors
The realization of an efficient transport network of the Adriatic ports
primarily requires political will and commitment, since transport is a
strategic responsibility of governments that can play a major role
through the implementation of transport infrastructure together with the
regulatory
within which transport
services can be developed.
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AIT – ANTP annual review
Updated annually (2013) The National Transport Plan
For the period January - June 2014, the Institute of Transport conducted ANTP update, according
to data obtained from every sector, until 31/12/2013.
INVESTMENTS IN THE TRANSPORT SECTOR
Investments in the transport sector for 2013 are realized in the amount of 33.11 bilion ALL,
where over 99% are invested in the road transport sector, and less than 1% are realized
investments in three other sectors of transport, Maritime , Rail and Air.
The composition of realized investment financing provided in the chart below (Figure 1), where
about 63% of the funding is internal.
The level of investment results in an increase of about 30% compared to 2012, but compared to
the first year of this five years, (2010), there is a decrease of 1.4%. The graph in Fig. 2 shows the
values of total investment and the type of funding for the period 2010-2013.
External
Financing
37%
35.00
30.00
7.55
12.21
11.08
25.00
20.00
- Financimi i jashtëm
17.27
- Financimi i brendshëm
15.00
Internal
Financing
63%
26.50
20.90
19.95
10.00
9.18
5.00
0.00
V 2010
V 2011
V 2012
V 2013
AIT – ANTP annual review
Updated annually (2013) The National Transport Plan
For the same period in Table 1 presents the values of investments by sectors of transport and type of financing.
Transport Sector
Road Transport
- National Financing
- External Financing
Railway Transport
- National Financing
- External Financing
Maritime Transport
- National Financing
- External Financing
Air Transport
- National Financing
- External Financing
TOTAL
- National Financing
- External Financing
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2010
33,308,459
26,261,309
7,047,150
49,990
49,990
0
682,577
175,466
507,111
17,221
17,221
0
34,058,247
26,503,986
7,554,261
2011
29,485,401
19,552,565
9,932,836
122,046
122,046
0
1,401,043
254,698
1,146,345
19,285
19,285
0
31,027,775
19,948,594
11,079,181
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2012
25,141,051
8,848,840
16,292,211
63,562
63,562
0
1,238,045
259,240
978,805
11,532
11,532
0
26,454,190
9,183,174
17,271,016
2013
32,852,980
20,707,929
12,145,051
93,457
93,457
0
155,717
88,329
67,388
7,000
7,000
0
33,109,154
20,896,715
12,212,439
AIT – ANTP annual review
Updated annually (2013) The National Transport Plan
As above, for 2013 are invested in road infrastructure 32.85 billion, with about 20.7 billion ALL internal
funding, which according to the items shown in Fig.3.
National Financing in the Road Transport Sector for 2013
Ndërtim rrugesh
Rrëshqitje Tip rruge C2
22%
Sistemime asfaltime
41%
Ndërtim urash
Garanci objektesh të tjera
10%
Vendime gjyqësore
Leje mjedisore e ndertimore objektet e ndertimit
Shpronësime
1%
1%
0%
3% 0%
0% 0%
Supervizion punimesh
22%
Studim projekte
0%
Sinjalistikë dhe siguri rrugore
Kosto lokale
TVSh dhe taksë doganore
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AIT – ANTP
annual review
Updated annually (2013) The
National Transport Plan
With investment data from
2013, was made possible and
updated the map of road
infrastructure development
which gives a percentage
realization of the process of
road construction by the end of
this year.
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LEGISLATION
During 2013 approximation of Albanian legislation with the European one in the field of Transportation, is
working to improve and adapt existing legislation or directives of the European Community regulations, which
are presented below by type of transport.
1. The road transport
Law № 21/2013, dated 02.14.2013 "On some amendments to Law № 8308 dated 18.03.1998" On road
transport "amended".
Joint Instruction № 3985/4 the MPPT and the UK, dated 24.06.2013 "On the control procedures in road
transport of dangerous goods".
a) Road Safety
Decision of the Council of Ministers № 4 dated 04.01.2013 "On approval of the Agreement between the
Government of the Republic of Albania and the Republic of Macedonia, for the mutual recognition of driving
licenses."
Joint Instruction № 146 of MPPT and MF, dated 02.14.2013 "On the determination of tariffs technical
operations workshops (technical center) authorized tachograph."
MPPT Order № 109 dated 05.08.2013 "On approval of the Regulation for the conditions, criteria and
theoretical preparation programs - practical candidates as well as the testimony of professional ability for users
of heavy machinery for construction and land and disciplining the use of construction machinery. "
Directive MPPT's № 4 dated 02.08.2013 "On approval of tariffs mandatory control of road motor vehicles and
their trailers."
Law № 158/2013, dated 10.10.2013 "On safety in road tunnels"
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2. Rail transport
Technical Support (Louis Berger SAS), through additional contract, has compiled the first draft of "On the rail
system in the Republic of Albania". The draft was expected to be approved in 2013, but has not yet been
completed. Currently work is being done this year.
Decision of the Council of Ministers № 492, dated 01.08.2012 "On approval of the agreement in principle
between the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Albania and the Government of Montenegro to operate the
railway transport border between the two countries."
3. Maritime transport
On the basis of Maritime Conventions and guidelines have been developed and are in process the drafting of the
following number of laws and regulations:
Law № 20/2013, dated 02.14.2013 On amendments and additions to the Law № 8905 dated 06.01.2002 "On
protection of the marine environment from pollution and damage".
Joint Instruction № 581/1 MF and MPPT "Setting service fees Durres Port Authority."
Law № 168/2013, dated 31.10.2013 "On the security on ships and in ports".
4. The air transport
Progress in the field of Air Transport, during this period is as follows:
Instruction № 1 MIT - the dated 02.26.2013 "On the compensation and assistance to passengers in case of
refusal to board the plane and travel cancellation or long delay."
Order № 19 of MPPT's, dated 26.02.2013 "On approval of the" National Program to control the quality of Civil
Aviation Security in the Republic of Albania ".
Order № 22 of MPPT's, dated 03.06.2013, On approval of the Regulation "On the detailed arrangements for
the implementation of standards-based general of civil aviation security."
Order № 70 of MPPT's, dated 05.13.2013 "On approval of rules for determining joint tariff scheme for air
navigation
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Order № 88 of MPPT's, dated 14.06.2013 "On approval of the Regulation for authorization credentials
inspectors Civil Aviation Authority".
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Regarding road transport, legislative alignment with acquis in the field of activity allowing road transport
operator and access to the road transport market, has not advanced. Adoption of new technical standards for
road transport is still pending. There has been improvement in road safety; number of road accidents and
deaths remain high, where pedestrians constitute the largest number of victims. Implementation of the
National Strategy and Action Plan for Road Safety 2011-2020 is in the initial stage.
In the field of railway transport, the railway network statement was finalized and published in March 2013.
Railways new law has not been adopted, continues to work with the consultant. No progress has been made for
the establishment of independent institutions railway infrastructure managers and railway operators.
As regards air transport, further steps have been taken to meet the criteria of the first phase of the transitional
agreement for the European Common Aviation Area. Bylaws were adopted aimed at further aligning with the
acquis on air service operations, obligations of air carriers, hours of work for mobile workers in civil aviation
and insurance regulations. A limited license to earth supermarket operations contributed somewhat to tariff
liberalization airport, which nonetheless remain high. Legislation for the allocation of space in airports is not
improved.
In the field of maritime transport, in September, the new law was passed on the accession of Albania to the
Protocol for the Preparation, Response and Cooperation to Pollution Incidents by Hazardous and Raw Harmful
(OPRC-HNS). Albania still not participating in the Paris Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control and
remains on the black list of this organization.
Little progress has been made in transport policy. Further efforts on aligning legislation with the acquis and to
strengthen administrative capacity in all modes of transport. Road safety remains a serious concern and must
be addressed urgently. Capacity of air safety oversight has improved, but still depend increasingly on foreign
experts. Overall, preparations in the field of transport have not advanced much.
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Institute of Transport
*Faleminderit
Florjan Xhelilaj
[email protected]
www.ital.gov.al
www.adriaticmos.info/
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