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Estonia: EUR 12.8 million for improving multimodal connectivity at railway stations

The Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications announced that an amount of EUR 12.8 million from EU’s Cohesion Fund will be allocated for improving multimodal connectivity at railway stations. The call for proposals will be opening next month.

The objective of the project is to invest in developing better connections between public transport modes. Non-motorized traffic, access passages, parking areas, the renovation and construction of bus stops, the modernisation of railway stations, installation of passenger information boards can be the subject of the projects to be submitted by local authorities.

The requested EU contribution should be up to 85% of the total  project costs.  At least 15% of the project costs shall be covered by municipalities.

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