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The second batch of Nadlac-Arad highway will be inaugurated in July

The second batch of Nadlac-Arad highway will be opened on July 11 and it will link to the highway in Hungary.

2015-07-01 16:30:31

Also, the inauguration includes the opening of a new customs, to interconnect the A1 and M43 highways, between Nadlac in Romania and Csanadpalota in Hungary.

According to CNADNR, around 90 km of highway to be completed this year. The motorways in Romania currently total 700 km and they will be expanded by only 90 km this year, according to Narcis Neaga, the general manager of The Romanian National Company of Motorways and National Roads (CNADNR)
According to the official, the segment linking Nadlac to Arad will be completed in 2015 and the second segment of Timisoara-Lugoj will also be ready this year.

The Romanian government passed a memorandum in February regarding the Romania General Transport Master Plan, a document establishing that the total investments needed will reach up to 45.45 billion Euro until 2030 for such road, rail, maritime and air infrastructure projects, according to Minister of Transportation, Ioan Rus. As for the maritime sector, three billion Euro will be invested in the Constanta, Galati, Drobeta Turnu Severin, and other harbours, and the fairway. Also, by 2020, they plan to have, in total, seven international airports upgraded and also others that will also be open to international flights or regional airports. Moreover, the Plan includes ten multimodal centres worth 281 million Euro," Rus told a press conference which followed the government meeting at the beginning of this year.



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