The European commission released programs aiming at developing the Transportation Infrastructure Networks at European level in 1990s. Infrastructure networks have been developed from a viewpoint of domestic supply demand so far. New infrastructure program is linked with the economic trend in Europe. In 1990s, economic tie between EU countries and Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries has been strengthened and at the same time, manufacturing and trade structure in Europe is changing due to the increase of companies' making inroad into the market of CEE countries. Our research focuses on the economic and transportation trend in Europe and examines the relation between infrastructure networks and the development of new economic zone in Europe, by mainly dealing with the case of east-west axis of Rotterdam-Berlin-Warsaw-Moscow.