According to the Bank's website, this project provides financing to Poltavaelectroavtotrans for investments in public transport infrastructure within the city of Poltava. Specifically, it finances the acquisition of up to 40 new trolleybuses and related equipment as well as the modernisation of three substations.
Environmental and social due dilligence was carried out by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). According to the Bank, the project will address air pollution issues as well as improving the capacity and efficiency of public transport services.
Each sub-project will require Environmental and Social Due Diligence and Environmental and Social Action Plans.
This project is part of the proposed EUR 250 million Ukraine Public Transport Framework II (UPTF2) project consisting of municipal-guaranteed loans to public transport companies in Ukraine.
The implementing company is a municipal enterprise; it is a municipal public transport operator wholly owned by the City of Poltava
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