Carrying on work on Drumul Taberei – University Subway mainline is a very important issue, Premier Victor Ponta said at the start of yesterday’s government session. Ponta also said RON 100 M will be put into work continuing on the project. The PM also outlined that the Boc government “generously” negotiated the construction of the Drumul Taberei-Eroilor subway stretch at 1.2 bln euro, an amount equal to that required by the Comarnic-Brasov Motorway, Mediafax quoted the prime minister as saying. The nearly 6 km-long line will have ten stops – Ghencea, Raul Doamnei, Valea Argesului, Valea Ialomitei, Romancierilor, Parcul Drumul Taberei, Tudor Vladimirescu, Orizont, Academia Militara, Eroilor, and will have pool of 300,000-plus passengers from among the residents of Bucharest’s districts 5 and 6. The first line 5 trains, from Raul Doamnei and Valea Ialomitei, to Eroilor, should begin to operate during 2015.