One of the Main Streets in Ljubljana to Be Repaired

The European Regional Development Fund will participate in financing the repair of the Poljanska cesta section from the intersection with Kopitarjeva to the Ambrožev trg square.

The Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy decided to co-finance the repair of the Poljanska cesta section at the expense of European funds. To this end, the European Regional Development Fund will provide more than 957 thousand euros. The total work budget will make 2.8 million euros.

During the work, bicycle lanes (from the intersection with the John Paul II Street to the Ambrožev trg square) will be developed, a Norway maple alley (in the section between the intersection with Strossmajer Street and the John Paul II Street) will be planted, and the local gas pipeline, water supply network and sewage system will be repaired. Upon completion of the work, a limitation on the speed of traffic on the specified section is envisaged up to 30 km/hour.

According to the representatives of the Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy, the implementation of this project will improve the territory, make it convenient for pedestrians and cyclists, will contribute to the development of sustainable mobility, improve air quality, increase road safety and make the city even more attractive to its residents and guests.

Source: dnevnik.si