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Le transport par voie navigable représente une alternative ou un complément viable au transport routier et ferroviaire sur les corridors européens. Bien que respectueux de l’environnement et, souvent, le mode de transport intérieur le plus économique, il reste largement sous-exploité en Europe. Son infrastructure actuelle et les obstacles juridiques et techniques entravent l'utilisation et nécessitent des politiques gouvernementales et internationales proactives.
En améliorant l’efficacité et la viabilité du transport par voie navigable, les accords et résolutions de la CEE établissent un cadre normatif complet pour les principaux aspects de la navigation intérieure.

Voies navigables dans la région de la CEE-ONU:

Où naviguer? Le réseau de voies navigables en Europe et ses paramètres

Comment naviguer? Les règles de la navigation intérieure en Europe

Qui peut naviguer? Les paramètres techniques pour les bateaux de navigation intérieure et les exigences pour les équipages 

Dépliant sur le Groupe de travail des transports par voie navigable (SC.3):

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News

10 November 2014

The 58th session of the Working Party on Inland Water Transport will be held from 12 November (10 a.m.) to 14 November (1 p.m.) at the Palais des Nations, room V.

16 October 2014

The third revision of the European Agreement on Main Inland Waterways of International Importance (AGN) is now available.

15 September 2014

European Inland Waterway Navigation Conference
The 7th EIWN Conference was held from 10 to 12 September 2014, in Budapest (Hungary). More details here.

20 January 2014

Serbia accedes to the AGN Agreement
On 10 January 2014, Serbia became the 18th Contracting Party to the European Agreement on Main Inland Waterways of International Importance (AGN), maintained by UNECE.
The AGN agreement identifies a network of the European inland waterways and ports of international importance (E waterways and ports). It is widely used as a reference for determining the geographical scope of the agreements regulating the transport of goods by inland waterways, such as the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Inland Waterways (ADN) and, more recently, the 2012 Strasbourg Convention on the limitation of liability in inland navigation.
The Agreement will enter into force for Serbia on 10 April 2014.

Latest Documents

ECE/TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/90 (French)


Presentation EDINNA 2014-11-12
Harmonization of Education and Training in the European IWT

ECE-TRANS-SC3-2013-inf01e
List of working and informal documents

ECE-TRANS-SC3-2014-04r
Draft Resolution on additions and amendments to Resolution No. 24 (CEVNI) (Russian)

Meetings and Events

Blue Book
European Agreement on Main Inland Waterways of International Importance (AGN)
SIGNI – Signs and Signals on Inland Waterways
Recommendation on electronic chart display and information system for inland navigation (Inland ECDIS), Resolution No. 48
Recommendations on harmonized Europe-wide technical requirements for inland navigation vessels, Resolution No. 61

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