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What is the OP-RAPUD

The OP-RAPUD is the largest – in terms of financial size – Operational Programme of the III CSF. It includes actions mainly concerning the completion of important road axes, projects in important ports of the country and infrastructure works in the urban centers of Athens and Thessalonica (subway and principal road arteries).

Objectives

The objectives of the programme in short are the following:
  • ROAD TRANSPORT

    Completion of Patras-Athens-Thessalonica-Evzoni Motorway (including the Rion-Antirion bridge, the Attica Road and other points of access) and the EGNATIA motorway (including its connections to the port of Igoumenitsa, Thessalonica and Alexandroupoli).

    • Upgrading connections with the Balkans and the rest of Europe with the Pan-European Corridors.
    • Completion of parts of the Ionian Road (from Antirion to Ioannina).
    • Construction of Central Greece road axes, Corinthos – Tripoli – Kalamata / Sparta highway etc.
    • Construction of principal road networks in the islands of the Ionian and the Aegean Sea.
    • Putting into place an action plan to improve road safety in Greece.
    • Putting into place traffic management projects.

  • SEA TRANSPORT
    • Development of infrastructure in the country’s most important ports, since they are the international gates of the country.
    • Improving / modernizing / developing other ports of the country (included in the Trans-European Transports Network), which are necessary for the balanced development between the islands and other areas of continental Greece.
    • Improving safety conditions in sea transports field (V.T.M.I.S. etc).

  • URBAN DEVELOPMENT
    • Completion of the Athens subway and extension of lines 2 and 3, while increasing the project's functionality.
    • Construction of the Thessalonica subway.
    • Construction of the principal road arteries in the most important urban centres (Athens – Thessalonica).
Besides the projects in the OP-RAPUD, other actions co-financed by the Cohesion Fund II and other Programmes also contribute to the achievement of the above mentioned objectives.

Last but not least, the horizontal goals of the Programme are the following:
  • Priority given to the completion of actions that had started on the II CSF period.
  • Maximizing private funds attendance in the implementation of the Programme.
Financial Information (after review)
Total Budget:
Public Expenditure:
Community Attendance (ERDF):
National Attendance:
Private Attendance:
9.922.734.166
6.489.354.503
3.369.500.470
3.119.854.033
3.433.379.663

The following chart presents the forecasted financial data per Priority Axis.
Per Priority Axis
Public Expense
Community Attendance (ERDF)
Public Attendance
Private Attendance
1. PATRAS-ATHENS-THESSALONICA-EVZONI MOTORWAY
1.691.115.096,000
878.812.786,000
812.302.310
1.126.008.238
2. EGNATIA MOTORWAY
1.617.178.822,000
808.589.411,000
808.589.411
0
3. OTHER ROAD AXES
1.001.724.140,000
592.487.070,000
409.237.070
2.307.371.425
4. MAIN URBAN ROAD AXES
170.001.186,000
85.000.593,000
85.000.593
0
5. ATHENS SUBWAY
720.102.520,000
360.051.260,000
360.051.260
0
6.URBAN DEVELOPMENT SUBWAY CONSTRUCTION
824.412.922,000
412.206.461,000
412.206.461
0
7. PORTS
202.000.782,000
101.000.391,000
101.000.391
0
8. NAVIGATION SAFETYSEARCH & RESCUE AT SEA
99.162.509,000
49.524.235,000
49.638.274
0
9. ROAD SAFETY & OTHER ACTIONS
163.656.526,000
81.828.263,000
81.828.263
0
TOTAL
6.489.354.503,000
3.369.500.470,000
3.119.854.033,000
3.433.379.663,000


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