06 March 2012

POLAND : New Highways Require New Financing Methods.


WSJ:    "Poland's road network, following the destruction of World War II and more than 40 years of underinvestment during communist rule, is sorely in need of rebuilding and expansion.

         Private companies in Poland completed more than 105 miles of highway last year, built at a total cost of about €2.4 billion ($3.17 billion). The government wants to launch tenders this year for public-private partnership projects to build another 125 miles of roads."