East with West.
About the Alliance
Connecting local &
regional with national,
international & EU stakeholders.
Members & partners
What do we promise?
Railways Network in Slovenia.
Current & Proposed
State of the Railway
Network in Slovenia
Current/Future proposal of core TEN-T railway lines in Slovenia:
Current/Future proposal of comprehensive TEN-T railway lines in Slovenia:
Four Core & Seven Comprehensive Cross-Border Railway Corridors.
Support your corridor!
Three companies founded Mobilitatis Omni institute.
Several other companies & municipalities joined in the meantime.
Alliance & instutute's members
to become the next
member of the Alliance
of the Alliance
- Because railway and other sustainable modes of transport provide cost-effective mobility for all solutions that benefit the economy, protect the environment and ensure that cities and regions develop and prosper while granting well-being to the population.
- Because reestablishment 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.
- Because current mobility habits in Slovenia and further in Central and Eastern Europe dominated by private motorised modes result not only in increased congestion and pollution but also reduce economic progress and social cohesion.
Whom do we represent &
what is the timeline of upgrade proposals?
Whom do we represent?
starting point of the upgrades
Timeline of the TEN_T railway lines/ coridorrs upgrade
kms of core TEN-T railways in Slovenia:
kms of comprehensive TEN-T railways in Slovenia:
Railway is considered one of the critical infrastructures of the 21st century.
At the same time, today five EU neighbour countries–Slovenia, Austria, Croatia, Hungary, and Italy–still don’t have the railway connections and all the railway border crossing they had already before the second world war. It’s about time we change that. Former Yugoslavia closed eight out of eleven railway border crossings on the Slovenian border with Italy, Austria, and Hungary.
We advocate reconstructing missing links at the railway border crossings of Slovenia with our neighbours through a plan to upgrade the current 1,207 kilometres of the railway lines to 1,385 kilometres of the railway lines. Our plan and railway corridor proposals are in accordance with the:
- Transport Development Strategy of the Republic of Slovenia until 2030; and the
- Resolution on the National Programme for the Development of Transport in the Republic of Slovenia until 2030.
We took into consideration also regional and local plans, as is for example the study:
- Modernization of railway transport in the Ljubljana urban region (in Slovene: Posodobitev železniškega prometa v Ljubljanski urbani regiji).
of the EU co-investment
What do we expect from the Alliance?
Better interregional &
among regions in six countries.
Your city/ municipality key benefits
Automatised railway lines,
multilevel railway crossings &
intermodal railway stations & stops.
No more traffic jams in rush hours!
NGOs/ Development agencies
better cross-border mobility.
How are the plans & proposals
presented related to the TEN_T
(Trans-European Transport Network) plans?
TEN_T policy is implementing a Europe-wide network of railway lines, roads, inland waterways, maritime shipping routes, ports, airports, and railroad terminals. It has the ultimate objective to close gaps, remove bottlenecks and technical barriers, as well as to strengthen social, economic, and territorial cohesion in the European Union (EU).
We need, of course, to de-carbonize transport and make certain that we are delivering on the Paris agreement – by the year 2030 as indicated by our president von der Leyen, with the de-carbonisation of 55 per cent and 90 per cent by 2050.
Herald Ruijters, Director at the Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport of the European Commission