Reconstruction of Intermodal Rail Terminal in the Port of Gdynia
Port of Gdynia Authority S.A.
Total cost of project implementation:
74 621 334,60 PLN
60 239 878,54 PLN
EU cofinanced value:
30 119 939,27 PLN
The project is co-financed by the European Union Cohesion Fund wihin the Operational Programme “Infrastructure and Environment”
Extension of the railway system and handling of longer trains will improve the efficiency of the terminal and reduce the manoeuvring of trains with diesel locomotives. In addition, due to the intermodal nature of the terminal, it is planned to reduce the traffic of heavy duty vehicles (trailers and containers will be transported by rail).
The project will also contribute to the reduction of noise generated by motor vehicles and freight wagons over existing railway systems. Fitting the terminal area with tight concrete pavements with rainwater sewage system equipped with treatment devices will prevent contamination of soil, groundwater and surface water, contributing to improvement of the environment.
The project will be ready for operation immediately after completion of the investment.
The implementation of the project will help to increase the share of ecological maritime transport in general cargo carriage. The purpose of the project is to improve the competitiveness of the Port of Gdynia in the Baltic Sea Region and in the VI Pan-European corridor of TEN-T.
Completion of the planned project will organise the railway system and increase the transhipment capacity in terms of the volume of container vessels handled.
Contract No. POIS.07.02.00-00-028/13-00 was signed on 27 December 2013 for funding of the project titled “Reconstruction of Intermodal Rail Terminal in the Port of Gdynia” POIS.07.04.00-00-028/13 under measure 7.4: Development of Intermodal Transport, priority 7: Environment-friendly transport, Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment 2007-2013.
The planned total cost of the Project is PLN 74,621,334.60.
The amount of eligible expenditure is PLN 60,239,878.54.
Funding from the European Union is PLN 30,119,939.27.
Works were carried out from 2014 to 2015.
The subject of the planned investment is: