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EU co-finances two railway projects in Montenegro

Montenegro will receive for the first time under EU’s Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance – Regional Development Component a EUR 22 million grant for environmental and transport projects. An additional EUR 4 million will be provided from the state budget. 

Among the five projects to be implemented, two focus on railway infrastructure development:

– Rehabilitation of 12 large slopes, rehabilitation of unstable terrain and construction of protective galleries on the most critical sections of the main railway line Vrbnica – Bar (Kos-Trebešica-Lutovo-Bratonožići). The estimated value of the project is estimated at EUR 5.7 million.

– Dismantling of the existing, procurement and installation of the new electric traction plant in substation Trebješica, also on Vrbnica – Bar line. The estimated project value is EUR 3.6 million.

 

 

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