2013 – Belarus, Inland waterways, Feasibility study on the development of the water transport connection Dniepr-Visla-Oder (E40)

     

    2013 – Belarus, Inland waterways, Feasibility study on the development of the water transport connection Dniepr-Visla-Oder (E40)
    Inland waterways Project - The proposed intervention covers the Belarusian section of the E40 waterway.

    2013 – Belarus, Inland waterways, Feasibility study on the development of the water transport connection Dniepr-Visla-Oder (E40).png

    Demand estimation from IDEA II-EaP transport model year 2030
    Freight: 9.000 tonnes/day
    Technical description

    By Decree of the President of the Republic of Belarus of 28.02.2008 № 133 the Republic of Belarus acceded to the European Agreement on Main Inland Waterways of International Importance, which is considered as a coordinated plan for the development and construction of a network of inland waterways of international importance, which also include the Belarusian section of the waterway E40 (river Visla from Gdansk to Warsaw-Bres-Pinsk-river Dniepr through Kiev to Kherson).

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    Currently, a number of facilities of Dniepr-Bug Channel that is a part of E40 waterway connections has considerable deterioration and does not meet current requirements of environmental safety. In this connection, the reconstruction of hydraulic facilities of the Dnieper-Bug Channel is carried out in Belarus. Currently 5 shipping gateways has been renovated (Novosady, Duboy, Kobrin, Trishin, Zaluz'e (commissioned in 2015), allowing the passage of vessels with length of 110 m, width 12 m and with a draft of 2.2 m.
    Shipping gateway “Zaluz’e” before and after the reconstruction.

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    Channel reconstruction is continuing and in 2015 the reconstruction of the shipping gateway "Ragodosch" has started.

    Investment amount
    0.9 mln EUR

     

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