EUROPEAN UNION - 2021 CEF Transport call for proposals

- EUROPEAN UNION

CINEA has launched a call for proposals under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) for Transport funding instrument, which makes €7 billion available for projects aiming to build, upgrade and improve European transport infrastructure.

The call for proposals supports Actions under the General, Cohesion, and Military Mobility envelopes concerning:

  • Infrastructure projects on the Core and Comprehensive TEN-T (railways, inland waterways, maritime and inland ports, roads, rail-road terminals, and multimodal logistics platforms)
  • Smart applications for transport (ERTMS, ITS, SESAR, RIS, etc.)
  • Transport interoperability
  • Alternative fuels infrastructure (including electricity fast-charging and hydrogen refueling infrastructure on the TEN-T road network).
  • Motorways of the Sea
  • Multimodal passenger hubs
  • Reduction of rail freight noise
  • Safe and secure parking infrastructure
  • Road safety
  • Improvement of transport infrastructure resilience, in particular to climate change and natural disasters
  • Adaptation of transport infrastructure for Union external border checks purposes
  • Adaptation of the TEN-T to civilian-defence dual-use (Military Mobility envelope)

 

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Location
EUROPEAN UNION
Time-limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate
Wednesday, January 19, 2022 12:00 AM
Language(s) in which tenders or requests to participate may be drawn up
English
Tender id
21101503
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