According to EIB website, this project involves the modernisation of tramway network in Silesia Region and renewal of tramway fleet. It consists of several tram infrastructure construction and upgrading throughout Upper Silesia (Gorny Slask) region in Poland, including:
a. construction of 4 new sections of tram lines (total line length of 9 km)
b. modernisation of 22 sections of existing tram lines (total line length of 60 km)
c. acquisition of 45 new tram units rolling stock for operation on the new sections of tramway lines and to replace obsolete rolling stock.
The new sections of tramway lines will partly replace the existing bus services. A significant part of the project is expected to be funded by the EU (Cohesion Fund).
This project consists of several separate investments and some of the investments and require an Environmental Impact Assessment.
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