New section of Polish S5 expressway open to traffic ahead of schedule


polish highway s5 expressway section open early
On 4th May 2017,  an 18km–long stretch of the S5 expressway between the "Mieleszyn" and the "Gniezno Południe" junctions was opened, two months ahead of schedule. This newly constructed polish highway will be able to transfer the transit traffic from Gniezno and will ultimately ensure a smooth link between the A1 Gdansk-Katowice motorway and A2 Poznań-Warszawa motorway. Among those in attendance at the Polish highway opening was the vice Minister of Infrastructure and Voivode of Great Poland (Wielkopolska). The construction works have been carried out by the consortium of Budimex and Ferrovial Agroman for PLN 500million, of which 85% was covered by the European Union subsidy. Under the contract, Budimex has constructed three road junctions, Mieleszyn junction, Gniezno junction, Kłecko junction), 19 engineering facilities, 2 passenger service centres, transverse and access roads which have road lighting, barriers, drainage and drainage equipment. Furthermore, Budimex has completely changed and removed collisions of water and sewerage equipment, melioration equipment, power equipment, telecommunication, gas and railway equipment of multiple designs (overhead contact and power lines, telecommunications, tracks and others).


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