During the Next Three Years 170 km of Hemus Motorway Will Be Constructed
27.03.2018 15:45170 km of Hemus Motorway will be constructed or are going to be constructed during the next three years. This is what the Minister of Regional Development and Public Works, Nikolay Nankov, stated at the start of the construction of a new 9.3 km of the motorway in the section from Yablanitsa to Boaza road junction.
RIA Launches Public Procurements for Nearly Half a Billion BGN
22.03.2018 14:40Road Infrastructure Agency launched tender procedures for construction for BGN 425 million excluding VAT. Public procurements for construction of 33 km of road I-1 between Mezdra and Botevgrad were opened and for more than 6 km from Sofia Ring Road – from Tsarigradsko shose road junction to Mladost road junction. The projects will be implemented with funds from the national budget.
Drivers Can Learn about the Road Situation via Their Mobile Phones
02.03.2018 19:29Drivers who are setting off can learn about the situation on the national roads in real time via their mobile phones. This can be done via the free LIMA mobile application. It is for all mobile phones that have an Android, IOS, Windows Phone operating system, as well as for all personal computers and laptops with a web browser. The mobile application is available at lima.api.bg. Until now around 150 thousand users have downloaded the application on their mobile phones and over 2 million people have visited the platform.
Unique Finds Discovered during the Construction of the Struma Motorway are Presented at the National Exhibition Bulgarian Archeology 2017
16.02.2018 10:01Unique archeological finds discovered last year during the construction of the Struma Motorway are part of the exhibits at the national exhibition Bulgarian Archeology 2017. The exhibition shall be opened on 16 February at the National Archaeological Institute with Museum at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. At the exhibition which will last until 1st April, you can see finds which were discovered during the exploration of the prehistoric village near the village of Damyanitsa which is one of the largest on the Balkan Peninsula (from the second half of the VI century to the beginning of the IV century BC). The construction of Lot 3.3 of Struma Motorway concerns around 49% of it and during the last year a comprehensive exploration was carried out over 90 acres of land.