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  • Faster rail travel in northern Slovakia thanks to Cohesion Policy

    25/06/2019

    The Cohesion Fund invests almost €285.5 million for faster travel in northern Slovakia, on the railway line between the cities of Žilina and Púchov, near the border with Czechia on the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T). The EU-funded project will upgrade the section of the line...

    ERDF funds transition from ‘Grey to Green’ in Sheffield, UK

    07/06/2019

    An ERDF-funded project aims to transform Sheffield’s historic Castlegate area from ‘Grey to Green’ for the benefit of locals, visitors and commuters alike. The ERDF-funded project will transform Sheffield’s redundant inner ring road by introducing sustainable drainage, floral...

    ESI Funds Open Data: publish graphs on your site

    23/05/2019

    The European Structural and Investment Funds Open Data platform displays how, where and when EU funding is invested in the countries and in the regions of Europe. The platform offers data visualisations at the level of EU, theme, country, funds and programmes. Raw datasets are made available from...

    Poland gears up to test driverless minibus

    14/05/2019

    A driverless minibus will be tested in the Polish city of Gdańsk this autumn as part of an ERDF-funded Baltic Sea region project aimed at promoting the benefits of automated public transport. The EZ10 electric vehicle was built by scientists at the University of Helsinki in Finland and can carry up...

    Euronews – cycle friendly Budapest

    07/05/2019

    A new chapter has opened in Budapest’s public transport: the Hungarian capital joined the club of cities that offer public bike-sharing. By improving the conditions of cycling, this project aims to achieve that more and more passengers would opt for cycling as their travel alternative to reach...

    Lightening the tourism load on Mediterranean mobility

    06/05/2019

    The ERDF-funded MOBILITAS project aims to promote new low-carbon mobility models in Mediterranean tourist areas in order to alleviate pressure on transport infrastructure in the high season. Many areas of the Mediterranean are subjected to heavy tourist activity, particularly over the summer. A...

    Reconciling Europe's geography with its history: Commission marks 15th anniversary of 2004 enlargement

    30/04/2019

    Tomorrow will be the 15th anniversary of the 2004 enlargement, when 10 countries acceded to the European Union: Cyprus, Czechia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia. President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker said: “The...

    Traffic overhaul for the centre of Beli Manastir in Croatia

    25/04/2019

    The ‘Traffic Centre of Beli Manastir’ project, funded by the ERDF, aims to overhaul the current traffic system infrastructure in the city centre to improve safety and attract more people to the area. The ERDF-funded project will use EUR 2 million to overhaul the traffic centre of Beli...

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