Bulgaria to Add 635 Km Motorways by 2022
Bulgaria’s government plans to build 635 kilometers of new motorways and repair 17,000 of existing main and secondary roads until 2022.
Completing the construction of Hemus, Struma, Maritsa, Cherno More and Kalotina motorways, all of them parts of pan-European transport corridors, is among the priorities in a road infrastructure development plan approved by the government on Wednesday.
The plan aims to create a sustainable road infrastructure in Bulgaria and integrate it into the European transport network as well as ensure high road safety and efficient management of road transport, the government said in a statement.
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