Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Feb 16, 2018
Disclosed by Bank Jul 6, 2017
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According to EIB website, the project will be the construction of a new 14.32 km bypass for regional road DW 935 south of the city of Rybnik. The project is in line with the Integrated Development Strategy for the city of Rybnik till 2020, the Environment Programme for the city of Rybnik, and with the priorities in the Development Strategy for the Western Sub-region of Silesia Province for 2014-2020. The project will reduce congestion, travel time and road accidents, eliminate conflicts between transit and local traffic, improve accessibility to TEN-T, and improve the urban environment.
Based on the bank documents, this operation is acceptable to the Bank from an environmental and social standpoint.
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