Who are we?
and mobility of all
We establish intercity, interregional and international connections of public passenger transport and other forms of sustainable and e-mobility. All in close connection with proposals for upgrading the existing railway infrastructure, railway lines, and stations and stops.
What we promise?
4 core &
railway corridors in TEN-T
We are the initiative to completely upgrade railway network in Slovenia, which in the 21st century has less railway lines than at the beginning of the 20th century. To us, to our members and partners this is unacceptable.
That's why we designed four core and seven extended TEN_T cross-border railway corridor proposals, in the first place to use the potential of existing railways in Slovenia and its border regions—while simultaneously re-establishing frequent railway cross-border connections. That's our promise.
Name of the institute:
Plese 9a, SI-9000 Murska Sobota, Slovenia.
The leadership team of the institute
Marko Savić is director of the institute.
Peter Beznec is the future president of the institutes' council.
Marko Savić MA, MBA is a starter and co-founder of the Mobilitatis Omni institute. Savić is also a Senior Lecturer in Design Management at the Faculty of Design. From 2018 interdisciplinary doctoral student of the Environmental Protection.
Peter Beznec is a Director of the Centre for Health and Development Murska Sobota and future President of the Mobilitatis Omni institutes' council.
Mobilitatis Omni institute promise
Upgrade to 870 of core TEN_T
railway kilometres in Slovenia. By 2030!
All border railway crossing in five countries re-opened.
We designed a proposal of four core and seven extended TEN-T railway corridors. That is how we are going to upgrade and reopen all railway crossings of Slovenia with our neighbours in Italy, Austria, Hungary, Croatia, and last but not least, Slovakia.
Vision of the institute
By 2030 we will increase current core TEN_T railway kilometres length in Slovenia from 510 railway kilometres to 870 railway kilometres.
From the comprehensive TEN_T railway lines of the current combined length of 107 railway kilometres, we will upgrade it to 515 kilometres extended TEN_T, of which 365 are existing lines and 125 estimated kilometres of new lines.