About us

The Centre for EU Transport Projects (CEUTP) plays a role of the Implementing Body in the system of EU funds use by 2023 for priority axes of the transport under the Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment in 2007-2013 and The Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), as well as a role of the Intermediate Body under the Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment in 2014-2020 and Operational Programme Eastern Poland. The Centre for EU Transport Projects was established pursuant to the Ordinance No 5 of Minister of Transport of 29 March 2007. The activities of CEUTP are co financed by EU funds under the Technical Assistance Programme.

Mission

CEUPT provides comprehensive support to the beneficiaries in the process of investment preparation and implementation.

  

Objective

Our objective is to ensure that all European Union funds for cofinancing transport projects have been reasonably and efficiently used by 2023.

CEUTP tasks

Statutorily, the Centre for EU Transport Projects has been established to implement programmes and projects of the transport infrastructure development, particularly programmes and projects cofinanced by EU funds in the programming periods of: 2007 - 2013 and 2013 - 2020, also to develop and initiate organizational and systemic solutions to support their implementation. The Centre plays a role of the Implementing Authority / 2nd Degree Intermediate Authority in the system of the EU funds use. The Centre is responsible for the implementation of transport projects with the following priorities:

Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment 2007-2013

VI. TEN - T road and air transport network (Trans - European Network for Transport)
VII. Environment-friendly transport
VIII. Transport safety and national transport networks

Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment 2014-2020

III. Development of the TEN-T road network and multimodal transport
IV. Road infrastructure for the cities
V. Development of railway transport in Poland
VI. Development of low-carbon public transport in cities

Operational Programme Eastern Poland

III. Development of the TEN-T road network and multimodal transport

 

CEUPT is responsible for implementing following kinds of investments:

road transport projects
railway transport projects
air transport projects
sea transport projects
inland water-ways projects
transport safety-related projects
multimodal transport

 

Relations with beneficiaries

Beneficiaries and the Centre for EU Transport Projects work towards a common goal, which is full use of the EU funds for the project implementation. It is only through a process of effective cooperation in preparing investments and their implementation that a success may be achieved. Therefore CEUTP supports beneficiaries at each stage of their work, offers counselling, assistance in training, and ensures cooperation in the region where the investment is made. The Centre's employees analyse risks and potential barriers, which might make the undertaking implementation difficult, to eliminate these at as early stage as possible. Good regular cooperation with the beneficiary allows to remove any current obstacles and to respond promptly to any possible threats.

The Centre for EU Transport Projects provides the beneficiary with comprehensive support beginning from the execution of the so called pre-agreements (key projects) providing for the support in the project preparation, to filing the application for cofinancing and next signing such an agreement, and to the project settlement finally. At the same time CEUTP ensures that all EU and national requirements are satisfied in the process of the project implementation, which is not only currently monitored but also controlled for proper accounts settlement of subsequent stages, for reporting and performance. CEUTP's principles of operation are in compliance with the laws of the European Union and Poland, with the rules provided under the Operational Programme "Infrastructure and Environment" and Minister of Infrastructure transport policy. In its approach to beneficiaries being regarded as equal partners in the process of meeting the obligations Poland assumed towards the European Union CEUPT is a friendly and competent as well as demanding institution.

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