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Articles - infrastructura

Drumul Taberei subway line in Bucharest could be completed this year

According to Metrorex, this month, on 9th of April, Metrorex will sign the contract for automation. In the absence of this contract, Drumul Taberei line, the fifth of the capital city, could not be used.

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Metro to Otopeni Airport will be ready in 2023

Romanian authorities are announcing that they want to build both sections of the May 6 Metro Line - Otopeni Airport, although they have received EU funding for the first section only, connecting 1 Mai metro station to Tokyo (Baneasa) station.

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The Bucharest metro will be extended to the Berceni area towards the ring road

Metrorex and the City Hall of Sector 4 Bucharest concluded a protocol for the extension of the Metro Line 2 in the Berceni area with a new above the ground station.

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Almost 40 pct of Romanian employees spend more than one hour on their way to work

A percent of 37.7 of Romanian employees lose between one hour and two hours on their way to the daily workplace. For this reason, nearly 6 out of 10 employees would be willing to accept a less paid job but closer to the area they live in.

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M6 subway to the airport project, closer to become reality

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will finance € 300 million to build the M6 Metro Line that will link Bucharest to Henri Coanda Airport.

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Pipera and Aurel Vlaicu metro station to be closed for repairs in July

A number of 11 subway stations, which have only one access, will be closed alternately for seven calendar days to carry out modernization works during July-September, Metrorex announced on Friday, according to a press release.

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Bucharest Has Two New Metro Station Starting March 31

Bucharest has improved starting today its subway infrastructure. The 4th Metro Line, will connect Bazilescu Park and Străuleşti Lake, in the north-western Bucharest. The new metro stations available are Laminorului and Străuleşti, which will be opened on Friday, 31 of March, starting 2 pm, according to the Ministry of Transport and Metrorex, the Romanian Subway company.

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Bucharest metro line 4 to be opened at the end of March

The deadline for opening the traffic on Bucharest’s Metro line 4 remains the end of this March, transport minister Razvan Cuc said yesterday after a meeting with Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu.

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