Bulgaria Signs Three Contracts Worth Total 139.6 Mln Euro for Rail Upgrades

Bulgaria Signs Three Contracts Worth Total 139.6 Mln Euro for Rail Upgrades

Bulgaria's National Railway Infrastructure Company (NRIC) awarded three contracts worth a total of 273 million levs ($180.3 million/139.6 million euro) for an EU-funded upgrade of the Dimitrovgrad-Svilengrad railway section, in the south of the country.

Each of the three contracted companies will upgrade a separate subsection, NRIC said in a press release.

The reconstruction works will include the electrification of the railway track with a length of over 70 km that leads to Bulgaria's border with Greece. 

The project is financed under the EU-funded operational programme Transport and the ISPA pre-accession programme.

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