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Bus Terminal Pardubice

07.11.2012 - 14.06.2017

In the last five years, the city of Pardubice has experienced noticeable rises in the use of private cars including the associated negative consequences such as higher levels of air pollution, congestion and traffic accidents. The project aims to improve the quality of public transport in the city of Pardubice by modernizing the present public transport system and by more efficiently integrating urban and regional buses, railway and bicycle transport by creating a multimodal transport node.


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Tram Project Olomouc

The construction of a new tram line in Olomouc in the Czech Republic makes the public transport system more reliable and thus increases the demand for it.

14.09.2012 - 31.12.2016

The district of Nové Sady is one of Olomouc’s largest urban districts. In terms of public transport, the district is only served by buses and easily accessible by car. The heavy car and bus traffic results in frequent congestion and causes a deterioration of the air quality, not only in this area but also across the entire City of Olomouc. The project therefore aims to enhance the public transport infrastructure of Olomouc and thus improve the air quality (mitigation of greenhouse gas- and other hazardous emissions) by constructing a tram network extension from Olomouc’s city centre towards the densely populated Nové Sady district.
 


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Construction of a trolley bus line in Ostrava

Billboard on construction site

05.09.2012 - 28.02.2017

In Ostrava, Switzerland is supporting the construction of a three-kilometre trolley bus line and five bus stops suitable for disabled passengers. This will result in better connections into the city centre and a reduction in the high levels of air pollution.

Country/region Topic Period Budget
Czech Republic
Protecting the environment
Public Transport

05.09.2012 - 28.02.2017


CHF  3’025’674



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Tram Project Ostrava

Resident of Ostrava in a wheelchair at the tram stop

05.09.2012 - 31.01.2017

The Ostrava region is confronted with rather low air quality and is currently experiencing economic and industrial transitions with considerable implications for the local transport system. The project aims to improve safety for public transport users, to enhance the public transport infrastructure of Ostrava and to reduce air pollution. It is foreseen to extend a tram line, to build two connections from the tram to the bus system and to enhance two key tram stops in the city centre also for the needs of handicapped people.


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Security and IT Infrastructure ONCJ

Commemorative plaque on IT equipment

01.09.2012 - 31.03.2017

In Hungary, bomb threats have become a real problem for the judicial system and their number has been increasing over the last few years. Visitors and their baggage need to be screened in order to make sure no explosives or weapons are brought into the courts. Unfortunately, many court buildings do not have the required facilities for the screening of visitors and the security checks need to be conducted by security personnel. The project aims to improve the security level at selected courts across all regions of Hungary through the purchase of x-ray screening facilities and metal detectors, and to enhance the IT infrastructure of the courts through the purchase of IT equipment.


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Energy Efficiency MOI

Immigration centre in Northern Hungary (Balassagyarmat)

01.09.2012 - 31.05.2017

The project aims to improve the working conditions of police employees and the living conditions of asylum seekers through the rehabilitation of initially ten selected  security-related buildings. The buildings included in the project are in poor conditions. Not enough maintenance or improvements have been made and today the buildings do not conform to EU requirements. They are operated with very high costs since regular maintenance work has not been performed. Some buildings have had some renovation, but for meaningful energy savings as well as financial savings further modernisation is required.


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Wastewater treatment in Dlhé nad Cirochou

Old sewer system in Dlhe n. Cirochou

14.06.2012 - 31.07.2016

Only around 65% of the population of Slovakia live in houses connected to a sewer network. Switzerland has supported the municipality of Dlhé nad Cirochou with the construction of a 6.9 kilometre sewer network. This will give more than 1,100 inhabitants access to the municipality’s wastewater system. In addition, the wastewater treatment system will be expanded, allowing wastewater to be treated for a further 1,400 residents.

Country/region Topic Period Budget
Slovakia
Protecting the environment
Wastewater treatment

14.06.2012 - 31.07.2016


CHF  2’798’203



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Wastewater Collection and Treatment Project Dvorniky

Two workers on construction site

14.06.2012 - 28.02.2017

Dvorniky is located in the west of the country, in the region of Trnava, which, despite its proximity to the capital Bratislava, is still quite underdeveloped compared to the rest of the country. The municipality lags behind in relation to the quality of waste water collection and treatment and has no waste water network system. Only about 60% of the population live in houses that are connected to a public sewage system, which is a very low figure compared to the average in the EU-15 (84.4%). The project aims to provide an adapted and affordable waste water collection and treatment infrastructure and to improve the quality of the underground and surface waters in the region.
 


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Wastewater Collection and Treatment Project Casta

Construction site Casta

14.06.2012 - 31.12.2016

The municipality of Casta is located in the southwest of the country, in the region of Bratislavsky Kraj and, despite its proximity to the capital Bratislava, lags behind in relation to the quality of waste water collection and treatment. Only about 60% of the population live in houses that are connected to a public sewage system, which is a very low figure compared to the average in the EU-15 (84.4%). The project aims to provide an adapted and affordable waste water collection and treatment infrastructure and to improve the quality of the underground and surface waters in the region.
 


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Waste water Collection and Treatment Project Tusice

Waste water treatment plant

14.06.2012 - 30.09.2016

The municipalities of Tusice, Tusicka Nova Ves and Horovce are located in the very east of the country, in the region of Kosice and are one of the poorest regions in Slovakia. The municipality lags behind the rest of the country in relation to the quality of waste water collection and treatment. The project aims to contribute to a sustainable socio-economic development in these municipalities by improving their capacity to provide good quality public services and increasing the awareness of the population for environmental issues.
 


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Waste water Collection and Treatment Project Velke Ripnany

Sceptic tank is being emptied

14.06.2012 - 31.07.2016

The municipality of Velke Ripnany is located in the southwest of the country, in the region of Nitra situated in the western part of the country, which, despite its proximity to the capital Bratislava, is still quite underdeveloped in relation to the quality of waste water collection and treatment. The project aims to contribute to a sustainable socio-economic development in the municipality of Velke Ripnany by improving their capacity to provide good quality public services and increasing the awareness of the population for environmental issues.
 


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Waste Water Collection and Treatment Project Gemerska Poloma

Worker in Gemerska Poloma

14.06.2012 - 30.11.2016

Gemerska Poloma is located in the eastern part of the country in the Kosice region and is one of the poorest regions in Slovakia. The municipality lags behind the rest of the country in relation to the quality of waste water collection and treatment and has no waste water network system. The project aims to contribute to a sustainable socio-economic development in Gemerska Poloma by improving the capacity of the municipality to provide good quality public services and increasing the awareness of the population for environmental issues.
  

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