Infrastructure Projects

Infrastructure Projects

December 2021 

The National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR), prepared by the Romanian Government, covers reforms and public investment projects, supported by the European Commission. According to the Recovery and Resilience Facility, Romania will get approximately EUR 30 billion. In the road infrastructure field, in the proposed PNRR, Romania will allocate EUR 2.69 billion for various projects, including:

  • Highways:
  • A1 – section Margina – Holdea; total value of the project: EUR 302 million;
  • A3 – section Nadaselu – Poarta Salajului; total value of the project: EUR 418 million;
  • A8 – sections Targu Mures – Mircea Nirajului and Leghin – Pascani; total value of the project: EUR 790 million;
  • A7:
  • Section Bacau Pascani; total value of the project: EUR 812 million;
  • Section Focsani – Bacau; total value of the project: EUR 1.23 billion;
  • Section Buzau – Focsani; total value of the project: EUR 996 million;
  • Section Ploiesti – Buzau; total value of the project: EUR 787 million.

(the bids for this section closed on 16 September 2021)

  • In the rail transport and urban mobility fields the following projects are included:

Railway

  • Arad – Timisoara – Caransebes; total value of the project: EUR 1.47 billion;
  • Cluj – Episcopia Bihor; total value of the project: EUR 1.46 billion;

(the tender for the design and execution of Lot 1 Cluj-Napoca – Aghires and Lot 2 Aghires – Poieni was launched in January 2022, with the deadline on 14 February 2022; the value of the tender is approx. EUR 602 million)

(the tender for the design and execution of Lot 3 Poieni – Alesd and Lot 4 Alesd – Frontiera Ungaria (Hungarian border) was launched in January 2022, with the deadline on 21 February 2022; the value of the tender is approx. EUR 927 million)

Metro

  • Construction of two metro lines in Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca (it would be the first metro line outside Bucharest) Bucharest – M4 line (section Gara de Nord – Filaret); total value of the project: EUR 1.52 billion;
  • Cluj-Napoca – M1 line (section Sf. Maria – Europa Unita); total value of the project EUR 1.5 billion.

December 2021 

The National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR), prepared by the Romanian Government, covers reforms and public investment projects, supported by the European Commission. According to the Recovery and Resilience Facility, Romania will get approximately EUR 30 billion. In the road infrastructure field, in the proposed PNRR, Romania will allocate EUR 2.69 billion for various projects, including:

  • Highways:
  • A1 – section Margina – Holdea; total value of the project: EUR 302 million;
  • A3 – section Nadaselu – Poarta Salajului; total value of the project: EUR 418 million;
  • A8 – sections Targu Mures – Mircea Nirajului and Leghin – Pascani; total value of the project: EUR 790 million;
  • A7:
  • Section Bacau Pascani; total value of the project: EUR 812 million;
  • Section Focsani – Bacau; total value of the project: EUR 1.23 billion;
  • Section Buzau – Focsani; total value of the project: EUR 996 million;
  • Section Ploiesti – Buzau; total value of the project: EUR 787 million.

(the bids for this section closed on 16 September 2021)

  • In the rail transport and urban mobility fields the following projects are included:

Railway

  • Arad – Timisoara – Caransebes; total value of the project: EUR 1.47 billion;
  • Cluj – Episcopia Bihor; total value of the project: EUR 1.46 billion;

(the tender for the design and execution of Lot 1 Cluj-Napoca – Aghires and Lot 2 Aghires – Poieni was launched in January 2022, with the deadline on 14 February 2022; the value of the tender is approx. EUR 602 million)

(the tender for the design and execution of Lot 3 Poieni – Alesd and Lot 4 Alesd – Frontiera Ungaria (Hungarian border) was launched in January 2022, with the deadline on 21 February 2022; the value of the tender is approx. EUR 927 million)

Metro

  • Construction of two metro lines in Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca (it would be the first metro line outside Bucharest) Bucharest – M4 line (section Gara de Nord – Filaret); total value of the project: EUR 1.52 billion;
  • Cluj-Napoca – M1 line (section Sf. Maria – Europa Unita); total value of the project EUR 1.5 billion.