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February 26, 2020
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Completion of new expressway takes shape in Transylvania

*Construction of Batch 4 of the Sebes-Turda Expressway, greenlighted

 

Transport Minister Dan Costescu signed on July 5 the Minister’s Order on the continuation of construction works, a document that forms the basis of the issuance of the construction permit for Batch 4 of the Sebes-Turda Expressway.

After Batch 1, 2, and 3, the construction of Batch 4 has now received the green light. After the construction permit is issued, the National Company for Expressways and National Roads (CNADNR) will send to the construction company the Order on Start of Construction Works.

Batch 4 of the Sebes-Turda Expressway has a length of 16 kilometres. Its route is located in Alba County. Apart from the road works, the project also entails a series of traffic safety, environment protection, landslide prevention and water drainage works.

The 70-km Sebes-Turda Expressway links the existing A1 Deva-Sibiu Expressway and the A3 Cluj-Campia Turzii Expressway. On completion, Cluj will have expressway links to Sibiu and Deva.

At the end of last month, construction permits were issued for Batch 1 and Batch 3 of the Sebes-Turda (A10) Expressway, worth RON 962 M, VAT not included. The construction companies that will handle the projects are the Impresa Pizzarotti & C SPA Pomponio Constructii SRL Association for Batch 1 (17 km), and Tirrena Scavi SpA – Societatea Italiana per Condotte D’Acqua SpA for Batch 3 (12.5 km).

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