EU presents record-size transport investment plan

The EU has presented a record-sized investment plan aimed at facilitating new transport projects, including European ports and the Fehmarn fixed link.

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EU Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc has presented a new and record-sized investment plan for transport projects under the so-called Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) program, which includes expansion work for several European ports, says the transport commissioner's spokesman on Monday.

The combined financial framework stands at EUR 13.1 billion earmarked for 276 specific projects. One of the major projects included on the list of potential recipients is the Fehmarn Belt fixed link, alongside numerous other massive infrastructure projects in Europe.

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