Workshops on project TRANSDANUBE


On November 12th and 13th, 2013 the Regional administration Vidin will be the host of two workshops in the framework of project TRANSDANUBE - Sustainable transport and tourism along Danube. 

The Regional development plan for sustainable transport in Vidin region and the Soft mobility vision, signed by all project partners, will be presented during the meetings. As a result of the working forums it is expected to be signed the Memorandum for including stakeholders to the Common Mobility Vision for the Danube region. 
Representatives of public institutions, municipalities, schools, companies, non-governmental organizations and working in the sphere of tourism were invited to attend the meetings. 

The Regional action plan, developed in the framework of the project, aims the implementation of the sustainable transport mobility as a conception in Vidin region. The realization of the transport mobility has to be fulfilled through the Common vision for sustainable mobility accepted by the project partners for the Danube region. 
The Common Vision for Mobility in Tourism was signed on September 17, 2013 in Bratislava by the 14 financial partners including Vidin region. 

The vision aims to develop the Danube region which provides socially fair, economically effective, environmentally friendly and sustainable transport and tourism offers for the citizens and guests of the regions. The main perquisite for this is the establishment of multimodal and effective transport system and sustainable tourist services based on the renewable energy sources preserving the environment and in the same time providing sustainable regional development and new energy efficient services in the region. 
TRANSDANUBE aims to develop the sustainable mobility in the regions along the Danube river through the promotion of alternative types of transport – train, bus, bicycle and ship and the dissemination of the concept for sustainable development of tourism in the whole Danube region. 

TRANSDANUBE is international project, financed by the South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme, involving 14 financial partners from 6 countries and more than 35 associated strategic partners and observers. TRANSDANUBE contributes to achieving the objectives of the European policies and strategies and especially the implementation of the European Strategy for the Danube region. 

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