Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Feb 7, 2023
Disclosed by Bank Jan 16, 2023
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According to the bank website: The project concerns the railway reconstruction along the Vrbnica - Podgorica - Bar railway line forming a part of the Orient/East Mediterranean TEN-T Core Network corridor, indicative extension to the Western Balkans.
The project concerns rehabilitation works across southern, central and northern Montenegro along the Bar - Podgorica - Vrbnica railway line forming part of the indicative Extended Orient/East Mediterranean TEN-T core corridor (SEETO Route 4). The project is expected to include the following four components to be confirmed during appraisal:
- Rehabilitation of the permanent way on 20 km of single track line in central Montenegro;
- Rehabilitation of 13 steel bridges at various locations across the country;
- Rehabilitation of 8 tunnels at various locations across the country;
- Modernization of 3 workshops for rolling stock in Bar, Podgorica and Niksic;
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