Constanta has a strategic geographic position, being located on the route of 3 Trans-European Transport corridors (Corridor IV, Corridor IX and Corridor VII Danube) and also at the junction of commercial routes that link the markets of countries which do not have sea access from Central and Eastern Europe with the Caucasus, Central Asia and the Middle East regions.
Mamaia resort (one of Constant's neighbourhoods) is the most vibrant Romanian resort on the Black Sea attracting more than 883.900 tourists each summer and for the past 10 years these numbers are continuously growing by 10-15 % per annum.
Constanta Port, the biggest on the Black Sea, is one of the main economic players in the region and together with the hospitality industry and the tertiary sector shapes Constanta`s economic environment.
Both the City and the Port are well connected to al modes of transport: rail, roads, inland waterway, maritime transport and air.
Regarding sustainable urban mobility issues, the city is fully committed to its principles and is trying to create an accessible, safe, secure, healthy and liveable urban environment for its citizens, visitors and business.