Freeing the first stretches of Poland's state-owned motorways from toll under a planned new law will cost around PLN 200 million (EUR 44 mln), Poland's prime minister said on Saturday.
Opened on April 29th, the gigantic 126-metre-long yellow-green labyrinthine structure over a busy motorway is made up of six zig-zagging ramps with sharp 180 degree bends.
The parts belong to an Ilyushin Il-2, a ground-attack aircraft that was one of the mainstays of the Soviet Air Force.
Once completed the tunnel near the Czech border will be the longest in Poland.
Almost PLN 1.2 billion (EUR 280 million) is to be earmarked from EU funds for the modernisation and building of 55 railway stations and construction of the Bolków (southwestern Poland) bypass. EIght contracts were signed in the matter on Tuesday.
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