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The new EU regulations on Trans-European networks and Connecting Europe Facility lay down the priorities for EU waterway investment in the coming years. 
European Court of Auditors publishes report on assessment of EU inland waterway strategies and concludes slow progress was made in the last 15 years.
Transport associations warn against risks of shifting CEF money to EFSI. Many infrastructure projects identified as TEN-T priorities won't attract investment under EFSI....
Transport sector urges to increase the Connecting Europe Facility budget in EU Multi-Annual Financial Framework

The new TEN-T regulation contains the requirement of achieving ‘Good Navigation Status’ on all class ≥ IV waterways by 2030. Class ≥ IV waterways are major or international...

CEF transport coalition: more EU budget for transport is the best investment plan for Europe, because without transport no free movement of people and goods across Europe
The use of LNG as transport fuel firmly reduces NOx and particulate emissions by waterway transport. But it becomes important cargo too.
Electric waterbuses provide an eco-friendly alternative for passenger transport, relieving congestion in major cities
What main developments did 2015 bring in policy and industry and what long-term measures does INE advocate for 2016 amid the trends which are rapidly changing the face of...
Platina2 unveils the unused cargo potential for inland navigation in the Danube region. Promising cargo groups are renewables, recyclable products and high & heavy.
Inland waterway transport - a responsible logistics solution serving the urban economy
For BASF the Rhine is the most important transport route
A European waterway development action plan.  
Platina 2 is a European project to assist the European Commisison with the implmentation of the EU inland waterway transport action plan NAIADES. 

EU Danube strategy

09 Dec 2013
Main milestones of the Danube Region Strategy, and outlook for 2014.

The EU Naiades action plan is a key bulding block to integrate waterway transport in overall EU policies and transport initiatives. Ambition is crucial to alleviate...

Europe’s new waterway transport programme has been published, the good and the bad news about Naiades II.
Platina2 reviewed the quality of datasets used to calculate externalities of inland shipping. Current data are not reliable for accurate calculations. 
The Waterborne sector wants the EU to break down the silos between modes and sectors in future EU research programme HorizonEurope.
Moselle 50 years open to large shipping: Festivities on 2-4 June and BargetoBusiness/Riverdating on 19-20 November 
Voies navigables de France organises event to showcase waterway transport solutions in urban logistics, in close cooperation with environment organisations.