The multimedia exhibition of the ADRIA A Project was opened on 20 January, 2014 at the city hall of Trieste. A touch-screen installation -  illustrating a proposal for a cross-border light rail transport service  -  gives visitors the chance to see the lines, stops and pathways meant to link ports, airports, train stations and cities from Ferrara in Italy to Ljubljana in Slovenia through a single metropolitan transport network. A video on ADRIA A and information on its activities are also available.

The exhibition will be open in the city hall of Trieste (former AIAT hall) on 20-24 January and 27-31 January (from 9:00-12:30 and 14:00-18:00). It will then be organised in each of the municipalities involved in the project and finally at the European Parliament.      

''The main objective, strongly supported also by the new Austrian CEI Presidency'' said CEI Secretary General Giovanni Caracciolo di Vietri, ''is to make regional organisations work together, especially for the construction of railway lines at both local and cross-border level, in order to develop a common vision also regarding potential investors.''
The ADRIA A project (Accessibility and Development for the Re-launch of the Inner Adriatic Area), funded by the Cross-Border Cooperation Programme Italy-Slovenia 2007-2013, aims to foster accessibility and transport in the Slovenian-Italian cross-border area in order to create a single integrated Italian - Slovene metropolitan transport system. The project, promoted and coordinated by the CEI, has a budget of 3.289.000,00 EUR and will last until October, 2014.

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