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Atlantic Corridor, Portugal, Spain, Germany


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Portugal-Spain-France-Germany (Atlantic Transport Corridor)

  1. Introduction to the Atlantic Transport Corridor (Trans-European Corridors)
  2. Member countries of the Corridor: Portugal, Spain, France, Germany
  3. Main features of the Atlantic Transport Corridor
  4. Atlantic Rail Freight Corridor
  5. Lisbon-Strasbourg Corridor
  6. Connections of the Atlantic Transport Corridor with the Transport Network Corridors of the EU:
    1. Mediterranean Corridor: common section Algeciras - Madrid, Spain
    2. North Sea-Mediterranean Corridor: connection in Paris. Common section Metz-Strasbourg, France
    3. Rhine-Alpine Corridor: connection in Mannheim (Germany) and Strasbourg (France)
    4. Rhine-Danube Corridor: connection in Mannheim (Germany) and Strasbourg (France)
    5. Pan-European Corridor II (Russia-Germany)
    6. Baltic-Adriatic Corridor (Poland, Slovenia)
    7. North Sea-Baltic Corridor (Finland, Belgium)
  7. Countries in the area of ​​influence of the Atlantic Transport Corridor: Morocco, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, UK

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The Atlantic Multimodal Transport Corridor (Portugal, Spain, France, Germany), formerly called Rail Freight Corridor n. ° 4, connects the ports of Spain and Portugal, with the Port of Le Havre (northern France), and with Strasbourg and Mannheim on the Franco-German border.

The Atlantic Rail Freight Corridor is the fundamental component of the Atlantic Transport Corridor.

  1. The Atlantic Transport Corridor is regulated by Regulation 1316/2013 of the EU
  2. Multimodal corridor: railways, roads, inland waterways (Seine river), airports and sea routes
  3. Main seaports of the Corridor: Algeciras, Sines, Lisbon, Leixões, Bilbao, Bordeaux, Le Havre and Rouen
  4. Access to the ports of the northwest of Spain (Gijón / A Coruña), the southwest (Huelva) and the Canary Islands (Las Palmas / Tenerife)
  5. Access to Nantes and Saint-Nazaire (France)
  6. High-speed rail links and parallel conventional lines;
    1. Basque railway connection "Y" (Spain)
    2. Bordeaux-Tours high-speed rail link (France)

Atlantic Corridor Branches:

  1. Algeciras - Bobadilla - Madrid (Spain)
  2. Sines / Lisbon (Portugal) - Madrid - Valladolid (Spain)
  3. Lisbon - Aveiro - Leixões / Porto (Portugal)
  4. Aveiro (Portugal) - Valladolid - Vitoria - Bergara - Bilbao (Spain) / Bordeaux - Paris - Le Havre (France) / Metz (France) -
    Mannheim (Germany) / Strasbourg (France)

Cross-border sections of the Atlantic Corridor:

  1. Germany-France: Metz - Mannheim (Forbach-Saarbrücken)
  2. Spain-France: Vitoria-Dax (San Sebastián - Bayona)
  3. Portugal-Spain: Évora-Mérida
  4. Portugal-Spain: Aveiro-Salamanca

Countries in the influence area of the Atlantic Corridor: Morocco, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, the UK.

European regional economic communities related to the Atlantic Transport Corridor (Portugal, Spain, France, Germany).

  1. The EU
    1. European Single Market
    2. Economic and Monetary Union
    3. European Economic and Social Committee
    4. European Investment Bank
    5. EU Services Directive
    6. European Digital Single Market
    7. European Customs Union
    8. Union Customs Code
    9. As a members of the UE, Portugal, Spain, France, Germany are beneficiaries of the EU trade agreements with Algeria, Ivory Coast, South Africa, South Korea
  2. Spain, France and Portugal are a members of:
    1. ECLAC
    2. Inter-American Development Bank
    3. ALADI -observers-
  3. Portugal is a member of:
    1. Community of Portuguese-speaking Countries
    2. SELA
    3. OEA
    4. African Development Bank
    5. Asian Development Bank (ADB)
  4. Spain is an observer country in:
    1. AEC
    2. Andean Community
    3. SAARC
    4. SICA
  5. Germany is a member of:
    1. Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
    2. Asian Development Bank
    3. African Development Bank
    4. Islamic Development Bank
  6. France is a member of:
    1. ESCAP
    2. African Union
    3. France is an observer in:
      1. Black Sea Economic Cooperation
      2. Council of the Baltic Sea States
      3. IORA
  7. UNECE
  8. Regional Cooperation Council

The main religion of the region of the Atlantic Transport Corridor is Christianity (Catholicism and Protestantism)

The Atlantic Transport Corridor (Portugal, Spain, France, Germany) belongs to the European Economic Area.



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