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Omni institute

Established in 2018, with big steps toward re-establishing missing links and upgrading railway network in Slovenia and its neighbours, while simultaneously re-opening all railway border crossings.

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Mobilitatis Omni institute develops cross-border railways and long-distance cycling routes through the integration of the economy and policy including the intersection of mobility of all, sport, and public health. The vision of the institute is to develop documentation for sustainable transport and energy infrastructure in the entire cross-border, Central European area of Slovenia and its four neighbours—Italy, Austria, Hungary, and last but not least, Croatia—for which, according to initial estimates, there are many opportunities.

We are the initiative to completely upgrade railway network in Slovenia and its neighbours in Italy, Austria, Hungary and Croatia—that’s why we designed three core eleven inter-regional TEN-T cross-border railway rorridors, to use the potential of existing railways in Central Europe—whille simultaneously re-opening railway border crossing. That’s our promise.
We started as the initiative to reconstruct the cross-border railway bridge over the Mura river between Slovenia and Austria, in Gornja Radgona and Bad Radkersburg. The initiative was supported and transformed into an institute by the first three founders, companies Arcont and Pomurski sejem from Gornja Radgona, and Teleing Gradnje near Ljutomer. We registered the institute in the court register on August 2nd, 2018.
In the meantime, several other members approached the institute. Currently, Mobilitatis Omni has more than dozen organizational members. Membership of the institute is growing steadily. We accept also personal-based membership in the MBTT Club.
Director's Letter

A Don Quixote's

journey of railway &

cycling infrastructure development