Bulgaria Opens 176.8 Mln Euro EU-Backed Railway Upgrade Tender

Bulgaria Opens 176.8 Mln Euro EU-Backed Railway Upgrade Tender

Bulgaria's state-owned National Railway Infrastructure Company (NRIC) said on Monday it has opened a 345.9 million levs ($196.6 million/176.8 million euro) tender for modernisation of the railway section linking Voluyak to Dragoman, in western Bulgaria. The project is backed by funding from the EU's operational programme Transport and Transport Infrastructure, NRIC said in a tender notice. The tender is divided into two lots - the lower-priced, for the modernisation of a 12-km railway stretch between Voluyak and Petarch, and the higher-priced, for the upgrade of a railway section about 20 km in length linking Petarch to Dragoman. The sections are part of the railroad linking Sofia to the border with Serbia.

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