2.1 Improvement and development of transport services and infrastructure
Jabłoń Commune (Lubelskie Voivodeship, Poland)
Milanów Commune (Lubelskie Voivodeship, Poland)
Rossosz Commune (Lubelskie Voivodeship, Poland)
Sosnówka Commune (Lubelskie Voivodeship, Poland)
Wisznice Commune (Lubelskie Voivodeship, Poland)
Parczewski Poviat (Lubelskie Voivodeship, Poland)
Znamienka Rural Executive Committee (Brest Oblast, Belarus)
Municipal Unitary Enterprise for the Design, Maintenance, Repair and Construction of local roads “Brestobldorstroy” (Brest Oblast, Belarus)
Zabrody Village Council of Ratne District in Volyn Oblast (Volyn Oblast, Ukraine)
The wide range of possibilities of good business relations or spending vacations abroad became easily available nowadays for the citizens of Polish-Belarusian-Ukrainian border area. People and borders are more ”open” for travelling gaining knowledge and visiting unknown corners of the borderland. Besides common history and heritage objects, the countries share the same challenges of communication and tourism development. Poor quality of roads seems to be one
of the most important.
A broad partnership of institutions from Poland, Belarus and Ukraine was established to address this need. The ImTraPBU project aims at modernisation
of road sections in Poland (Jabłoń, Milanów, Rossosz, Sosnówka, Wisznice and Parczew), Belarus (Znamienka) and Ukraine (Zabrody). Within the project
almost 8 km of new roads will be built and about 12 km of road sections will be reconstructed providing its technical requirements, relevant documentation
and supervision. Additionally, the new pavements, traffic signs and road markings are also planned. Joint partner meetings on the investment will be an excellent opportunity to transfer the best practices, exchange experiences, manage risks or solve possible problems. Common strategy of the transport network developed there, will be the basis for further joint ventures on that matter. Promotional activities carried out in all three countries will include publications of articles in local press and regional media, posts on the websites spreading the project effects to the public.
Overall, better quality of transport infrastructure will have a positive impact on communication in the border area, travel time on the selected road sections will be reduced even by 30%. In long term the residents, farmers, tourists, economic operators and enterprises will benefit from improved living and business conditions. Poland, Belarus and Ukraine borderland will increase its accessibility for potential investors and visitors, contributing to economic growth and increasing social and economic cohesion.
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