According to EIB website, this project involves the purchase of up to 71 electric multiple units (EMUs) to be used in Mazowieckie Region, as well as construction and modernisation of maintenance depots in Sochaczew and Radom. The project is a framework loan and is expected to consist of several components in Mazowieckie Region in Poland, indicatively including: purchase of 10 2-car electric multiple units (EMU); purchase of up to 61 5-car EMUs; the construction of the depot in Radom for the new 10 2-car EMUs; and the extension and modernisation of the depot in Sochaczew.
The final scope is to be agreed during appraisal. The project represents the replacement (by purchase) of a significant share of the promoter's overall fleet of 243 EMUs (150 new or modernised units, 93 to be replaced or modernised). The project assets will be operated within the context of a Public Service Contract(s) awarded under Regulation 1370/2007 on public passenger transport services by rail and by road.
This project is acceptable for EIB financing from an environmental and social perspective.
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