EU to co-finance upgrade of key Polish railway line
Posted: 15 January 2013 | | No comments yet
The European Union will provide support of just under €1.4 million from the TEN-T Programme…
The European Union will provide support of just under €1.4 million from the TEN-T Programme to help upgrade an important railway line in Poland. The project, which forms part of the “Railway axis Gdańsk–Warszawa–Brno/Bratislava-Wien” (TEN-T Priority Project 23), will lay the groundwork for key improvements to be realised on this key section of the Polish railway network.
The project, selected for funding under the 2011 TEN-T Annual Call, concerns the preparation of modernisation works on a 24 km stretch of railway line from Warszawa Włochy to Grodzisk Mazowiecki in Poland, and will prepare the construction design and the tender documentation required for upgrade work to begin. The modernisation work will contribute to increasing the capacity of the railway line in a densely populated area of Poland.
The project, which will be managed by the Trans-European Transport Network Executive Agency, is set to be concluded by the end of 2014.
For more information: http://tentea.ec.europa.eu/en/ten-t_projects/ten-t_projects_by_country/poland/2011-pl-93141-s.htm or e-mail: [email protected]