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The Coordination of Programmes and Projects Directorate within the Ministry of Transport, information technology and communications was selected to act as Managing Authority of the Operational Programme on Transport. It will be responsible to ensure efficiency and correctness of implementation of operations co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund and the Cohesion Fund.

In addition, the Managing Authority bears the responsibility for the dissemination and the promotion of the programme. The goal of the public presentation of the OPT is to underline the role of the Community in the process of development of the transport infrastructure in Bulgaria, and to guarantee transparent use and management of the aid provided by the European Regional Development Fund and the Cohesion Fund.

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The Grand Prize for the infrastructure project of the decade was awarded to construction of the Sofia Metro +

21 March 2018

The first prize in the category was for the project "Modernization of the railway section Septemvri-Plovdiv, part of the Trans-European Railway Infrastructure, Position 3: Stamboliiski-Plovdiv". The initiative “Infrastructure Bulgaria Awards...

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

14 March 2018

The subway is a very good example of an intermodal project and its implementation has been very successful, said the minister of Transport, information Technology and Communications Ivaylo Moskovski during today’s inspection of the works at...

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

1 February 2018

The European Commission approved the financing of the project for modernization of the railway line Elin Pelin - Kostenetz that amounts to 451 million Euros. Over 51 km of railways and 5 railway stations along the line will be modernized through the...
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