Original, from the EIB's website:
Le projet porte sur la rénovation du réseau de tramway de Nantes Métropole, y compris la rénovation du matériel roulant ainsi que du site de maintenance et remisage, la construction d'un parc relais et l'aménagements des pistes cyclables et zones pour les piétons.
The project concerns the renovation of the Nantes Métropole tramway network, including the renovation of the rolling stock as well as the maintenance and storage site, the construction of a park-and-ride facility and the development of bicycle paths and pedestrian areas.
No project contacts available at the time of disclosure.
Borrower - Nantes Metropole:
Address: 2 Cours du Champ de Mars, 44 923 Nantes Cedex 9
Phone: 02 40 99 48 48
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