Ljubljana Leg proposal of the Corridor Sava proposal is a proposal to solve Ljubljana railway hub.
Connecting three countries this Comprehensive Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) proposal is connected with two core TEN-T Corridors:
- Mediterranean Corridor, Almería–Valencia/ Algeciras/ Madrid–Zaragoza/ Barcelona–Marseille–Lyon–Torino–Milano–Verona–Padova/ Venezia– Trieste/ Koper–Ljubljana–Budapest with leg Ljubljana/Rijeka–Zagreb–Budapest–Záhony (Hungarian-Ukranian border), established November 10th 2013; with
- Baltic–Adriatic Corridor, Swinoujscie/Gdynia-Katowice-Ostrava/Žilina-Bratislava/Vienna/Klagenfurt-Udine-Venice/Trieste/Bologna/Ravenna/Graz-Maribor-Ljubljana-Koper/Trieste; and with freight:
- Amber Corridor, Koper–Ljubljana/ Zalaszentiván–Sopron/Csorna/ (Hungarian–Serbian border)–Kelebia–Budapest/ Komárom–Leopoldov/ Rajka–Bratislava–Žilina–Katowice/ Kraków–Warszava/ Łuków–Terespol– (Polish–Belarus border), established January, 31st, 2019.
Corridor Sava proposal is also known as the Corridor X. Official name of the corridor is Alpine–South East Corridor and it’s spanning through Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, North Macedonia and Greece. Currently this corridor is being signed into the core TEN-T.
European Union (EU) provides funding for railway infrastructure and railway terminals also through EU Cohesion Policy. The co-financing rate of EU grants is up to 85 percent. Funding is channelled through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Cohesion Fund (CF).