SAFEGE heads the consortium for the EuroMed Transport Project
The EuroMed ‘Road, Rail and Urban Transport Project’, which is financed by the European Commission through the European Neighourhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI), involves nine partner countries: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, Israel, the Palestinian Authority, Lebanon and Libya.
This 36-month project, which kicked off at the end of 2011, is being implemented by a SAFEGE-led consortium including private companies and institutional partners on both sides of the Mediterranean.
The project, which aims to support the implementation of a Trans Mediterranean Transport Network by developing appropriate regulatory framework and operational conditions (harmonisation of cross-border legislation, regional cooperation, regulatory authority, professionalisation of the transport sector, multi-modal developments, etc.), adds a new dimension to SAFEGE’s business capability.