According to the Bank’s website, the project will finance the upgrade of the rail connection between Koscierzyna and Gdynia. In detail, it concerns the track duplication, electrification and modernisation of single track lines between Koscierzyna and Gdynia.
This is a part of wider investment programme to modernise the Bydgoszcz Tri-City corridor, facilitate the second electrified rail connection to sea ports in Gdynia, increase the capacity to the Bydgoszcz-Tczew-Gdansk-Gdynia line and by-pass the City of Gdansk with freight traffic to the sea port of Gdynia.
The aim is to increase the quality of rail services in Poland and promote rail travel. Consequently, it will enhance sustainable transport in line with EU objectives.
The project is located in the Pomorskie Region, a convergence zone (NUTS PL63), and by facilitating connectivity, it also promotes regional development.
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