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    • 10:46
    • 23 May

    German city to ban diesel cars to combat air pollution

    No older models in parts of two streets in Hamburg
    • 11:49
    • 18 May

    Macedonia-Bulgaria railway connection to be ended by 2023

    Estimated costs of construction between EUR 600 and 700 MLN
    • 15:21
    • 16 May

    Bulgaria, passengers at Sofia Airport increased by 7.6%

    In april over 600,000 passengers served
    • 14:51
    • 11 May

    Serbia: govt proposes higher speed limit on highways

    To be increased from 120 to 130 km/h
    • 09:47
    • 11 May

    Railways: 6.7 bln needed for investments in Croatia

    To bring back infrastructure to levels of decades years ago
    • 13:01
    • 07 May

    Tourism, Albanian coastline will have new energy supply

    Minister announces new investments from Lalez to Golem areas
    • 12:46
    • 05 May

    Balkans: new direct Zagreb-Mostar flight launched

    Minister, it will increase tourist arrivals also to Medjugorje
    • 19:30
    • 04 May

    Croatia: govt announces 270 mln investments in Split area

    For infrastructure, road projects, environment and transport
    • 11:53
    • 04 May

    Bulgaria builds motorways cheapest per kilometre in Europe

    Minister, Slovakia,Greece,Romania and Serbia are more expensive
    • 14:32
    • 03 May

    Airports: Trieste, cross-border train to Austria

    Experimental extension of the MiCoTra service from June 2
    • 13:07
    • 03 May

    Czech Rep.: tender launched for up to 50 new trains

    Value of the tender could reach around 230 mln euro
    • 16:54
    • 29 Apr

    Albania calls for bids for works on two railway lines

    For rehabilitation Durres-Tirana and new line to int’l air
    • 16:19
    • 27 Apr

    Austria hails arrival of 1st direct cargo train from China

    After a journey of some 9,800 kilometers
    • 10:09
    • 25 Apr

    Bulgaria, Varna and Burgas expect over 5 mln passengers

    Airport traffic up by 10pc this summer