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ROBG 432

Silistra – Ecofriendly – Viable – Electrical – Navodari Transport, eMS 432

What’s the goal?

To improve tertiary nodes connection by reconstruction of 4315m of road and introducing eco-friendly-transportation in the Silistra-Navodari cross-border area.

What’s the budget?

7,896,727.80 euro, out of which 6,712,218.62euro ERDF

Target at the half of the implementation period: 1,000,000 euro for Municipality of Navodari, 67,634 euro for Municipality of Silistra.

Who is doing it?

Lead Beneficiary (LB): Municipality of Navodari (Romania)

Beneficiary 2 (B2): Silistra Municipality (Bulgaria)

When is it happening?

Start date: 24.05.2018

End date: 23.11.2020

Duration: 30 months

Where is it happening?

Constanta in Romania

Silistra in Bulgaria

How is it going to happen?

  • Elaboration of a Joint Strategy whose aim will be to identify better transport services for the citizens in the cross-border area, improve the accessibility and mobility of people with minimum effects on the environment and propose future projects to be developed in common
  • Elaboration of a Joint Route Guide which will gather information about bicycle lanes and routes, sightseeing - cultural and natural heritage, hotels, shops and garages for bicycles in the region of Silistra and Navodari
  • Construction of a 14414m of bike lanes, construction of 7 bike docks in Silistra (for standard and electric bikes) and 36 bus and bike stations in Navodari and 1 solar parking in Silistra
  • Rehabilitation of 4,315km of road
  • Organization of communication and promotion activities

What will be the results (what’s the contribution to the Programme)?

Programme outputs: 4.31 km of rehabilitated roads, 2 joint mechanisms that facilitate the connection of secondary/tertiary nodes to TEN-T infrastructure

Programme results: 68,211 persons from the cross border area will be served by modernized infrastructure leading to TEN-T

Project status

During the first six months of implementation, no major progress was registered at project level.

However, after establishing their internal teams, both project partners focused on the procurement process, activity necessary for creating the premises for the physical implementation of the project. Considering the complexity of the project which includes realization of investment objectives, the project partners are consuming lot of time on awarding the procurement contracts, while the results will be seen in a later stage of the project.


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