East with West

European Alliance
for Sustainable Mobility

As advocates of mobility of all, we represent the economy, cities and municipalities and other partners in the implementation of the policy of sustainable mobility of all, both in central and especially in all border regions of Slovenia and neighbouring countries.
Mura's Bridge
and Radgona's Rail
in the Mura-Drava-Rails Network

Declaration on the Mura’s Bridge in the Mura-Drava-Rails Network

Reduction of the inter-regional economic and social disparities in the light of the occurring climate change through re-establishment of the cross-border railway missing links and connections represents one of the biggest opportunities for enhanced mobility, economic and sustainable development in European Union border regions.
Key stakeholders & partners

From Herald Ruijter's intervention to Borna Abramović's presentation

On the occasion of the 130th anniversary of the Radgona line, on the 16th of October 2020, we launched the Declaration on the Mura’s Bridge in the Mura-Drava-Rails Network. Contributions on this anniversary have been kindly prepared by Mr. Herald Ruijters, Director at the Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport of the European Commission, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Borna Abramović from the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences of the University of Zagreb and by Marko Savić, MA, MBA, director of the Mobilitatis Omni Institute. We would like to thank everyone very much.
Support testimonials of
our founders and members

Strong support statements of Mobilitatis Omni institute members and partners

The Declaration on the Mura's Bridge in the Mura-Drava railway network was supported by the founders of the Mobilitatis Omni Institute, the directors of the companies Arcont, Mr. Miran Fujs, from the company Teleing gradnje, by Mr. Janez Smolkovič , and from the company Pomurski sejem, by Janez Erjavec, as well as by representatives of other members and partners of the institute from Slovenia, among with them by dr. Janez Potočnik, former two-time European Commissioner who is also a member of the MBTT Club, as well as from Austria, among them a member of the federal parliament in Vienna, M.Sc. M.Sc. Dr. Agnes Totter.
Miran Fujs

Miran Fujs

Chairman of the Board at ARCONT, Gornja Radgona, Slovenia
Janez Smolkovič

Janez Smolkovič

Director at TELEING gradnje, Razkrižje, Slovenia
Janez Erjavec

We have been working for more than 30 years to re-establish the railway between Slovenia and Austria over the border river Mura between the two friendly neighbouring countries

Janez Erjavec

Chairman of the Board at Pomurski sejem, Gornja Radgona, Slovenia
Igor Kržan

The railway connection with Austria across the border river Mura represents an exceptional opportunity for the economy and tourism in all Mura and Drava regions

Igor Kržan

Director-General at REFLEX, Gornja Radgona, Slovenia
Stanislav Rojko

Stanislav Rojko

Former Mayor of the Municipality of Gornja Radgona, Slovenia
Vera Šinko

Vera Šinko

Expert Associate in the Municipal Administration of the Municipality of Gornja Radgona, Slovenia
Jernej Zupančič

Jernej Zupančič

Director at Cleangrad, Ljutomer, Slovenia
Franz Weintögl

Franz Weintögl

MSc, Direktor-General at Graz-Köflacher Bahn und Busbetrieb, Austria
Peter Kronberger

Peter Kronberger

Procurator, Head of the Mobility Division at the Graz-Köflacher Bahn und Busbetrieb, Austria
Andrej Steyer

Andrej Steyer

Dr, Mayor of the Municipality of Apače, Slovenia
Agnes Totter

Agnes Totter

M.Sc. M.Sc. Dr., Member of Parliament, Vienna, Austria
Mag. Josef Sommer

Mag. Josef Sommer

President of the Regional Office, Regional Office of Southeast Styria, Styrian Chamber of Commerce, Bad Radkersburg
Robert Grah

Robert Grah

Director at the Pomurje Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Murska Sobota, Slovenia
Janez Potočnik

Janez Potočnik

Dr, Co-Chair of the International Resource Panel; Former European Commissioner for Science & Research and for the Environment; SISTEMIQ, Partner, London, United Kingdom
Core & comprehensive
TEN-T railway corridor proposals

Magnificent Eleven. Four Core & Seven
Comprehensive Cross-Border Railway Corridors.

We have designed eleven railway corridors proposals covering Slovenia
and its border regions in Italy, Austria, Hungary, Croatia, and last but not least in Slovakia.

Corridor Sava proposal connecting Salzburg Ljubljana Zagreb

Core TEN_T Railway Sava Corridor proposal: Salzburg–Jesenice–Ljubljana–Dobova–Zagreb.

Coridor Danube Mura Drava Sava

Core TEN_T Corridor Danube–Mura–Drava–Sava proposal connecting Vienna and Zagreb.

Kamniška Bistrica–Krka–Kolpa corridor graphic representation
Kamniška Bistrica–Krka–Kolpa

Crossing three rivers and two countries Kamniška Bistrica–Krka–Kolpa Corridor Proposal: Kamnik–Novo mesto–Karlovac–/Leg Kočevje–/Leg Sevnica.

Coridor Drava–Mura–Raba–Danube

Core TEN-T Coridor Drava–Mura–Raba–Danube proposal: Osijek–Varaždin–Murska Sobota–Szombathely/leg Graz–Bratislava.

Radgona/ Radkersburg Leg

Extended Core TEN-T Corridor proposal re-connecting Gornja Radgona and Bad Radkersburg.


Extended Core TEN-T Carinthia Corridor proposal: Klagenfurt–Bleiburg–Prevalje–Maribor.

Koridor Paka Savinja Sotla (1920 × 1080 px)

Extended Core TEN_T Corridor proposal Paka–Savinja–Sotla: Dravograd–Celje/Leg Podčetrtek/–Krapina.

Ljubljana Leg of the Sava Corridor

To the Sava & Kamniška Bistrica–Krka–Kolpa Corridor proposals we propose two legs: Upper Carniola & Tivoli.

Julian Alps–Istria

Corridor Julian Alps–Istria proposal includes two famous lines, Bohinj railway line Jesenice–Sežana and line Divača–Pula.

Gorizia–Central Slovenia Leg
Gorizia–Central Slovenia

Extended Core TEN-T Corridor proposal –Gorizia–Central Slovenia–.

Corridor Zala–Mura–Drava Zalaegerszeg–Lenti–Lendava–Cakovec–Kotoriba–Murakeresztur–Kaposvar–Leg Nagykanizsa

Extended Core TEN-T Corridor proposal Zala–Mura–Drava: –Zalaegerszeg–Rédics–Lendava–Čakovec–Kotoriba–Murakeresztúr–Nagykanizsa–.