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EU to pay PLN 5 bln for Polish roads

21 September 2017

EU to pay PLN 5 bln for Polish roads
Nearly 1,000 km of roads are currently being built in Poland with EU funds
POLAND On September 11th 2017 a contract was signed to secure EU funding for the construction of 180 km of new roads with the money to come from the Infrastructure and Environment Programme.

The total investment cost should come to over PLN 11 bln of which the EU has agreed to fund PLN 5 bln. The two signatories to the agreement were Krzysztof Kondraciuk, the general director of the General Directorate of National Roads and Motorways [GDDKiA] and Przemysław Gorgol, the interim director of the EU Transport Projects Centre. The money is to be used to help finance:

– the construction of the S2 expressway;

– A section of the Warsaw ring road from the Puławska interchange to the Lubelska interchange;

– the S5 express road from Białe Błota to Mielno;

– the construction of the S6 from Kiełpino to the Koszalin and Sianów ring road as well as a section of the Koszalin Sianów ring road;

– the construction of the S7 express road from Lubień to Rabka;

– the construction of a ring road for Góra Kalwaria as part of national roads 50 and 79.

The funds will be disbursed in four provinces: Kujawy and Pomerania, Małopolska, Masovia and West Pomerania. “The EU-funded routes are already under construction. Within the next two or three years, most of the roads will be handed over,” claims Krzysztof Kondraciuk. Currently the EU is helping to fund nearly 1,000 km of raods in Poland.

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