The second phase of the building of the railway line to Bulgaria will start in 2020


By the end of the year, a constructor of the second phase of the building of the railway line to Bulgaria, and the construction works are expected to begin at the start of 2020. The Ministry of Transportation and Communications stated for Meta Agency that at the moment, the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development is making an evaluation of the received offers in the pre-qualification phase of the international tender for the building of the railway line from Beljakovce to Kriva Palanka.

The initial idea for the building of this line was to be finished with the use of a loan from EBRD in the amount of 145 million euros, but the current government has changed the planned indebting by securing a grant scheme in the amount of 68.6 million euros from the EU at the Summitt for the Western Balkans that two years took place in Trieste.

The railway line from Beljakovce and Kriva Palanka is with a length of 34 km, with 15 planned tunnels, two railway stations and three stops along the same line. This railway line will connect with the railway line from Kumanovo to Beljakovce which building should finish by the end of 2019. The last, third phase of the project plans the building of a line from Kriva Palanka to Deve Bair by connecting to the existing railway line on the Bulgarian side at Gjueshevo.

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