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20 September 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 23:07 GMT+2



August 31, 2020

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The MOSE should allow permanent access to ships in order to secure the future of the port of Venice

The Venice Port Community urges the management a director's booth that takes into account the needs of the economic activities

The MOSE, the work created to safeguard Venice and its tide peaks, must allow access to the ships in order to secure the future of the port Venetian. This was underlined by the Venice Port Community, association representing port port operators, highlighting that the management of the MOSE closures will have to be through a director's booth that includes all levels government and taking into account the needs of the government's activities Economic.

Remembering that Venice in November and December 2019 recorded seven cases of high tides above 130 centimeters and that, given the government's willingness to operate THE MOSE's reefs already this winter by tides 130 centimeters, "what you have done pretended not to take into account -- took over the Venice Port Community - becomes an emergency to ensure, in particular, port operations.' According to the association, "it is It is therefore a priority to formulate some precise considerations work from the founding principles of the work, in order to effective and balanced commissioning infrastructure. This -- the association noted -- even In the light of art. 95 of the August Decree that gives life Lagoon Authority, a subject that theoretically will focus on a number of strategic functions in itself management and maintenance of the MOSE."

"You must first remember - he specified again the Venice Port Community -- that the safeguard lagoon, the primary objective of the MOSE, covers all aspects of the lagoon itself. It's a unitary safeguard of the city with high waters, environmental, social but also starting with port activities and fishing; otherwise we could have opted for different technical solutions, simpler and decidedly less expensive. The new Authority - according to the association - will then be called to safeguarding port activities and ensuring the so-called "permanent access" as well as ensuring Morphological planning and morphological planning maintenance of all the canals in the lagoon, avoiding unacceptable stalls due to fragmentation and overlap skills'.

Reiterating that the management of the MOSE will have to be implemented through a director's booth that takes into account the needs of Venice Port Community has therefore emphasised the need to avoid "that closure MOSE and the inherent guarantee of permanent access to the port and to the lagoon is only state-driven or driven by the sun need for physical protection from high tides."

The Venice Port Community also stated that, as there was no the future only related to how to use the MOSE, 'to ensure the principle of permanent access to the port - explained the association - you have to carry out the works so-called "complementary" such as (by Marghera and Chioggia) as well as kick-starting in the construction of a high-bottom container terminal; infrastructure that will be delivered, following testing -- observed the association -- you have to compose, therefore, even works that must ensure permanent access for ships to the barriers that have been raised and are part of them. as predicted in the administrative documents of MOSE's approval.'

PSA Genova Pra'
Autorità di Sistema Portuale Mar Ligure Orientale



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