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Timisoara ponders metro line

Timisoara, a city in western Romania, is planning to allot 31,182 Euro of this year’s budget to a pre-feasibility study for a metro-type public transport system.

2018-02-16 12:25:15

The metro would link the Timisoara International Airport to the city's Calea Sagului street, according to Romania-Insider.

Last year, Cluj-Napoca, also in western Romania, decided to start a pre-feasibility study to learn more about the costs of a metro project and potential financing sources.

The Timisoara metro line could have at least five stations, according to Timisoara City Hall representatives.

A few years ago, Timisoara mayor Nicolae Robu spoke of a potential metro line constructed by burying the train lines in the city. The idea was dropped after the state-owned railway operator CFR announced that the train lines in the city would be doubled as part of an EU-funded project.

The Timisoara City Hall has a budget of some 300 million Euro for 2018.

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