Croatia secures funding for €70m roadway project

Croatia secures funding for €70m roadway project

Published at: 2018-12-20 09:50 | Author: CIJ Serbia
Construction is poised to start on the 3 km DC403 motorway, connecting Skurinje with the Rijeka port in Croatia. The investment is expected to cost more than €70m, with the EU financing €60m of the total and the Croatian government financing the remaining 15 percent. This is the most expensive rodaway project in Croatian history. The motorway will include 1,410 meters of retaining walls and three viaducts with totaling 516 meters.

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