Country: Bosnia & Herzegovina
Duration: 2007. - ongoing
Value: 1 billion EUR

Motorways in Bosnia & Herzegovina

The Corridor Vc consists of a major north-south transit road between the countries of the region through Bosnia and Herzegovina. Following the TEN-T Mediterranean Corridor extension to the Western Balkans, the CVc starts in Budapest, runs via northern Croatia (Osijek), through Bosnia and Herzegovina via Doboj, Zenica, Sarajevo and Mostar, and ends in the Croatian port of Ploče.
The construction works on all EU-supported sections of the new transport artery in Bosnia and Herzegovina continue to transform rugged terrain into a modern, sleek highway despite the economic and social difficulties of the COVID-19 pandemic. Uninterrupted work on this major regional highway has been possible thanks to precautionary measures set up by authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the contractors, who introduced rigorous safety protocols and protective equipment. The aim of these efforts is to keep operations going, retain jobs and ensure regular incomes for the people engaged on this project.
Since 2008, the WBIF has allocated €1.3 bn in grants for €20.8 bn estimated investments in well connected transport, energy and digital networks, renewable energy and energy efficiency, water supply and wastewater systems, flood protection, education, research and cultural establishments, healthcare and judicial facilities, which are crucial for sustainable development in the region.

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