Bucharest Municipality submitted financing demands for the procurement of 100 trams

The municipality said the investment amounts to around EUR 220 million and requested non-reimbursable financial assistance of around EUR 176.4 million. Financing demands have been approved in the administrative evaluation and eligibility phase and are now in the technical and financial evaluation phase, according to the municipality.
“Bucharest Municipality submitted 13 financing demands within the Regional Operational Programme 2014-2020, Priority Axis 3 – Reducing Carbon Emissions in Urban Areas based on the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans for projects such as reducing CO2 emissions generated by motorised road transport in Bucharest and improving the efficiency of public passenger transport with a total value of around EUR 283 million”, shows the municipality in a press release.
According to Bucharest Municipality, eight financing demands were submitted on 17 May for the procurement of 100 trams for the following lines:
– Line 1 – 12 trams, worth RON 120.8 million (EUR 26.1 million)
– Line 10 – 12 trams, worth RON 120.8 million (EUR 26.1 million)
– Line 21 – 12 trams, worth RON 120.8 million (EUR 26.1 million)
– Line 25 – 12 trams, worth RON 120.8 million (EUR 26.1 million)
– Line 32 – 12 trams, worth RON 120.8 million (EUR 26.1 million)
– Line 40 – 10 trams, worth RON 100.7 million (EUR 21.7 million)
– Line 41 – 20 trams, worth RON 201.3 million (EUR 43.5 million)
– Line 55 – 10 trams, worth RON 100.7 million (EUR 21.7 million)
Bucharest Municipality says a financing demand was submitted on 20 June for the modernisation of the tram line on Vasile Milea Boulevard at the junction with Timisoara Boulevard. The investment amounts to around EUR 6.14 million, of which the municipality required a non-reimbursable financial assistance of around EUR 6 million.


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