Ft 8.2 bln investment links port to rail, road connections

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The Győr-Gönyü Port (NW Hungary) has been transformed into an intermodal logistics center as the result of a Ft 8.2 billion investment that has linked it to rail and road connections, Emil Janak, who heads the port's state-owned operator, said.

EU development funding covered three-fourths of the cost of the investment. The state paid for the rest.

As part of the investment, a twelve-kilometer rail line was built from the port to the line running between Budapest and Pécs.

The investment will be officially inaugurated on September 11. (MTI – Econews)

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