According to EIB website, the project will design (partly), construct(partly), finance, operate and maintain the 76.3km A3 motorway section between the Biebelried intersection (AK Biebelried) and the Furth/Erlangen intersection (AK Furth/Erlangen) in the German State of Bavaria. The project is to be procured through an availability-based public-private partnership (PPP) model for a period of 30 years including construction. In particular, the project refers to the widening to six lanes (2x3) of a 76.3km section of the A3 motorway. It aims to improve traffic conditions by increasing capacity on a congested section of the German and European road network. The project will improve connectivity in Bavaria and is part of a larger programme to improve German motorways.
The project is acceptable for the Bank from an environmental and social point of view with conditionalities as presented in the Environmental and Social Data Sheet.
Total amount of loan is not disclosed for this project.
No contact information provided at the time of disclosure.
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