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Operational Programme on Transport 2007-2013

The Operational Programme on Transport 2007-2013 (OPT) is one of the seven operational programmes of the Republic of Bulgaria, which are financed by the Structural and the Cohesion Funds of the EU. The OPT is the operational programme with the largest budget in Bulgaria - EUR 2 003 481 163.68.

The goal of OPT is development of railway, road and waterway infrastructure, as well as stimulation of development of mixed transport in accordance with the transport policy of the European Union and the established requirements for development of the Trans-European transport network in order to achieve stability of the Bulgarian transport system.

Specific features of the OPT are advanced selection of particular Beneficiaries of the projects and advanced prioritization of an indicative list of infrastructure projects envisaged for financing under the programme.

The operational programme is focused on several strategic priorities, which will contribute to the integration of the national transport network in the EU one. Achieving those priorities will make a fundamental contribution towards stable and balanced economic growth in the country in the intermediate- and the long- term.


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EC allocates 293 million Euro for Plovdiv-Bourgas railway line modernization +

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The European Commission allocated 293 million Euros for the modernization of the railway line between the cities of Plovdiv and Bourgas. The rehabilitation of the 293-kilometer section, which was initiated in the past programing period under Op...

Ivaylo Moskovski: By 2019 Sofia to have 48 km of subway lines with 43 stations +

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European Commission allocates 451 million Euros for the modernization of Elin Pelin - Kostenetz railway line +

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