The traffic of heavy-duty trucks, exceeding 12 tonnes, through the Pass of the Republic shall be stopped from 20 September to 15 November 2017. During the repair works the traffic shall be rerouted through the Kotlen Pass
15.09.2017 18:23The traffic of heavy-duty road vehicles, exceeding 12 tonnes, through the Pass of the Republic – Road II-55 Veliko Tarnovo - Gurkovo, shall be stopped from 20 September to 15 November 2017. The section of the second-class road, passing through the town of Gurkovo (from km 56 + 920 to km 58 + 820) shall be repaired. The purpose of the ongoing activities is to enhance traffic safety during the forthcoming winter season, as the Pass of the Republic is the main road connection for heavy traffic between the Northern and Southern parts of Bulgaria.
Public Procurement Procedures are Launched for Modernization of 31.5 km of Road I-8 between BCP Kalotina and Slivnitsa
13.09.2017 15:05The Road Infrastructure Agency launched two open procedures for selection of contractor for modernization of 31,5 km of road I-8 between BCP Kalotina and Slivnitsa. The indicative value of the projects is BGN 258.6 million., VAT excluded.
The public procurement for the design and construction of the Zheleznitsa Tunnel on the Struma Motorway has been announced
01.09.2017 16:17The Road Infrastructure Agency has announced an open procedure for the design and construction of Struma Motorway, Lot 3.1, the Zheleznitsa Tunnel. The indicative value of this public procurement is 250 million Bulgarian leva, excluding VAT. Tenderers may submit their bids latest 5.30 p.m. on 19 October 2017. The project is co-financed by the European Union Cohesion Fund and the national budget through the Operational Programme “Transport and Transport Infrastructure, 2014-2020”. RIA has sent today the documents for the opening of the tender procedure to the Public Procurement Agency.
The Construction of Further 12,6 km of Struma Motorway has Commenced
31.08.2017 16:15The construction of Struma Motorway’s section between Blagoevgrad and Krupnik started with funding from the Operational Programme “Transport and Transport Infrastructure”. Lot 3.1 from km 359+000 to km 366+000 and from km 370+400 to 376+000 forms part of the project: Struma Motorway - lot 3.1, lot 3.3 and Zheleznitsa Tunnel. It is co-financed by the EU Cohesion Fund and the National Budget through OPTTI 2014-2020.