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The transport of goods in combined transport requires an efficient transport infrastructure for all transport modes. The development of the transport infrastructure and transport systems is based on (detailed) plans and their regular updating according to the current level of knowledge. Through the development and implementation of corresponding plans, a targeted setting of priorities to strengthen and expand the transport infrastructure and thus the future-oriented security of freight mobility in a diverse network of connections and therefore the possibility of efficient networking of the transport modes is accomplished. The current amendments of transport-specific plans with special reference to combined transport can be found here.
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The Master Plan for Rail Freight Transport (Germany)

The Master Plan for Rail Freight Transport is a mutual strategic paper of the branch in cooperation with the BMVI to enhance the performance and development potential of rail freight transport in Germany and thus strengthen railway-bound inter-modal transport.

„The Master Plan for Rail Freight Transport is a mutual strategic paper of the branch in cooperation with the BMVI to enhance the performance and development potential of rail freight transport in Germany and thus strengthen railway-bound inter-modal transport.“
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Masterplan Inland Waterway Transport (Germany)

The Master Plan for Inland Waterway Transport is a joint strategic paper of the branch in cooperation with the BMVI for the best possible use of existing capacities and capacity reserves on inland waterways in Germany.

„"An efficient infrastructure, eco-friendly and modern inland waterway vessels, optimal integration of the inland waterway vessel with the multi-modal logistics chain, qualified specialists as well as the use of digital services are basic requirements for the competitiveness of the waterway transport mode."
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Plan of the Federal Transport Infrastructure (Germany)

The Federal Transport Infrastructure Plan is the most important instrument for planning transport infrastructure in Germany. Existing transport networks as well as new construction projects and expansion projects of all modes of transport are considered. The planning is intended both to maintain existing networks and to expand them in a targeted fashion in order to avoid infrastructure-induced bottlenecks and to guarantee the mobility of goods.
Together with the Federal Transport Infrastructure Plan 2030, expansion laws for specific transport carriers (rail, road, waterways) have been passed.
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General transport plan (Austria)

The general transport plan contains the objectives and strategies of the comprehensive transport policy in Austria. It takes into account all modes of transport as basic prerequisites for traffic and mobility and for the reduction of polluting emissions and other negative effects of transport. The overall transport plan formulates the strategic guidelines of transport policy in Austria.
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Terminal Handbook (Austria)

The terminal handbook in Austria bundles a wide range of information and strategy options on the Austrian terminal landscape. In particular, the terminal concept it contains is aimed at the strategic development of the Austrian network of combined transport terminals.
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Strategy for Switzerland

In Switzerland, no explicit planning for combined transport is being promoted. CT, as part of rail freight transport, is part of the planning for the development of the rail-based transport network and thus of the railway infrastructure, extension programs which include, among others, the Rail Link through the Alps (NEAT) and the removal of profile obstacles to create a continuous 4-meter corridor.
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