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The Infrastructure and Environment Programme - CUPT

 

In the years 2014-2020, the CEUTP (acting as an Intermediate Body) is responsible for the implementation of the OPI&E in the field of transport projects . Having gained experience from the implementation of the OPI&E in the previous programming period (2007-2013), the CEUTP fully supports the Beneficiaries in the process of preparation and implementation of investment projects in order to make the most effective use of EU funds allocated for spending under the Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020.

The Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment (OPI&E) is the programme for which the most resources are allocated in the 2014-2020 financial perspective - € 27.4 billion.

As in the previous EU financial perspective, OPI&E 2014-2020 supports the development of the country's infrastructure. The funds from this Programme contribute to the continued, sustainable development of the economy and an increase of its competitiveness.

Funds from the Programme specifically finance such areas as:

  • low emission economy
  • environmental protection
  • counteracting and adapting to climate change
  • transport and energy security
  • health care and cultural heritage

Most of the resources are provided for transport projects, such as roads, railways, urban, air and sea transport. The main recipients of the support are public entities, including local government units. The support is also targeted at entrepreneurs.

The transport projects, the funding of which is CEUTP's responsibility, are implemented under four priorities:

Who can apply for co-financing

The following may apply for co-financing of transport projects in individual sectors:

Particular support under the OPI&E for the railway, maritime, inland waterway, road safety (BRD) and intermodal sectors is based on the objectives of the European Transport Policy and the Transport Development Strategy until 2020.

Breakdown of investments
The investments under OPI&E 2014-2020 have been divided into four branches:

  • railroad - investments of national importance and 11 investments of macroregional importance under the Operational Programme Eastern Poland 2014-2020
  • 42 road investments
  • 48 maritime investments
  • 25 inland investments

This division results from the Implementation Document to the Transport Development Strategy until 2020.
It is a specification of the Transport Development Strategy until 2020 (with a perspective until 2030). This document also includes criteria for selecting projects from the list of road, rail and water (marine and inland) investments.

More information about the program Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment 2014-2020