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Project of the week - TransGoverNet

04 / 10 / 2019
Category: Programme News

The project " Cross-border Network for Sustainable Transport Governance " (acronym TransGoverNet) is implemented within the Thematic Objective ACCESSIBILITY. The lead beneficiary is Bialostocki Poviat (PL) which implements the project with Hrodna District Executive Committee (BY),  United Municipal Projecting Repairing Building Enterprise "Grodnoobldorstroj" (BY) and Gródek Commune (PL). All partners have joined their forces to jointly develop the cross-border transport infrastructure in their regions.

A brief description of the project assumptions can be found in the pdf file below.

The implementation of the project has started on 1st February 2019. The first stage of reconstruction of the district road Krynki - Kruszyniany - Łużany - Bobrowniki was commenced. So far, three culverts have been rebuilt and the upper layer of the road (asphalt and bituminous surface) with a length of 2.1 km has been made. At present, finishing works are in progress consisting in building aggregate sidewalks, setting up protective barriers and strengthening escarpments. The task should be completed by 30 November 2019. In July, a contract for the reconstruction of a municipal road in Bobrowniki was also signed. An asphalt surface was laid with pavements from concrete blocks on both sides of the road or with a hardened 1 m wide side on some sections. Today, i.e. 4th October, the final acceptance of the works performed as a part of the investment project took place.  At present, contracts for two sessions of workshops and the preparation of three thematic expert opinions are also signed. On the Belarusian side, the works are carried out in advance of the plan. The construction works on the Svyatsk - Vasilevichi - Ostash - Kadysh road have already been completed. A new asphalt surface 6.5 km long was laid, pavements and bicycle path were constructed, 14 culverts and 4 bus stops were built. Further stages of works are still to be completed.

According to the Grant Contract, the project should be completed by 31st January 2021.

 

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