EBRD, EIB Back Railway Project in Turkish City

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the European Investment Bank are investing €150 million ($212 million) in the expansion of railways in a Turkish municipality.

The funding will back improvements to an overground rail system and support the planned expansion of a public light railway in Bursa, which is one of Turkey’s major industrial centers. These initiatives aim to create better and more environment-friendly transport options and services in the city. 

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