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Nov 15, 2023 16:12 EEST
November 15 (SeeNews) - North Macedonia's transport ministry said on Wednesday it signed a deal with the finance ministry and the city of Skopje for the implementation of a bus rapid transit (BRT) system in the capital, a project worth 70 million euro ($76 million).
The project envisages the construction of two new terminals, transport centers, as well as the purchase of new energy efficient CNG buses, the transport ministry said in a press release.
The new system is planned to incorporate two priority lanes for the new buses linking the city horizontally and vertically. These two routes will intersect at the centre of the city, the statement read.
The EBRD is lending 70 million euro to North Macedonia for the implementation of the project, according to an earlier statement by the bank.
($ = 0.920821 euro)
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