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RECONSTRUCTION AND MODERNISATION OF THE RAILWAY SECTION SUBOTICA – HORGOŠ – STATE BORDER WITH HUNGARY (SZEGED)

Project carrier: 

Government of the Republic of Serbia, Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure

Serbian Railways Infrastructure a.d.

Project title: 

RECONSTRUCTION AND MODERNISATION OF THE RAILWAY SECTION SUBOTICA – HORGOŠ – STATE BORDER WITH HUNGARY (SZEGED)

Investor: 

Serbian Railways Infrastructure a.d.

Contractor: 

Negotiations are underway for conclusion of a contract for works on this section with the selected strategic partner, КARIN КOMERC MD DOO VETERNIК and “RZD International” d.o.o, Belgrade Branch.

 

Supervision: 

The Supervisor has not been appointed yet

Designer: 

"CeS COWI" d.o.o

The significance of the project: 

Execution of this Project will help renovate and improve transport connections in the region, particularly connections between two major economic centres, Szeged and Subotica. The objective is to reach the technical level and quality of railway transport in accordance with set requirements for state-of-the-art transportation systems, through reconstruction and modernisation of the railway.

Status of the project: 

Negotiations are underway for conclusion of a contract for works on this section with the selected strategic partner, КARIN КOMERC MD DOO VETERNIК and “RZD International” d.o.o, Belgrade Branch.

Investment value: 

The value of the investment is approximately 87,000,000 EUR (excluding VAT).

Start of the project: 

Q3 of 2021

Completion of the project: 

Q3 of 2022

Source of finance: 

Budget of the Republic of Serbia / loan from one of the Serbian banks

Project description: 

The Project is to include reconstruction of a 26.63 km long railway (the length of the railway in the territory of Hungary is 12.6 km, and the total length is 39.23 km) for speeds up to 120 km/h (the substructure will be reconstructed for speeds up to 160 km/h; while the superstructure, together with SS and TT systems and stable electric traction substations, will be reconstructed for speeds up to 120 km/h).