According to EIB website, the project is for the modernisation of railway infrastructure including stations, signalling and level crossings, as well as purchase of the maintenance equipment for the dedicated broad gauge line (1520 mm) in the south-east of Poland. The project consists of the following components:
A. Construction of new Zamosc - Majdan LHS passing loop
B. Reconstruction of the Zamosc – Bortatycze LHS station track layout
C. Construction of the fiberglass telecommunication cable on the section LHS headquarter – Zamosc Bortatycze LHS – Slawkow LHS,
D. Reconstruction and extension of the Hrubieszow station,
E. Construction of the Local Control Centres at Zamosc Bortatycze LHS, Wola Baranowska LHS and Sedziszow LHS stations,
F. Construction of the computerised signalling at Slawkow LHS station
G. Implementation of the signalling at selected level crossings on the LHS line,
H. Purchase of the tracks maintenance equipment
Further, the project is acceptable for EIB financing in environmental and social terms.
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