National Transport Plan for Greece
The National Transport Plan for Greece – NTPG is a consultancy project awarded under the Framework agreement to support European Investment Bank’s Advisory Services (EIBAS) activities inside and outside EU-28. This technical support project is funded by the European Union and implemented by EIB in cooperation with the European Commission’s Structural Reform Support Service.
The primary objective of the Project is to provide the basis for sustainable transport infrastructure and service development in Greece over the medium to long term, which will contribute to the competitiveness of the transport sector of the country.
The National Transport Plan for Greece is a key policy document which will define the transport sector development strategy for the next 20 years and will support Greece’s economic development. It will also determine the main actions that may receive financial support from International Financing Institutions and donors, especially EU and EIB. Thus, it requires a well-defined and justified Strategy, which will be endorsed by all stakeholders.
The project started on the 15th of May 2017 and has a total duration of 22 months.
Component A By the end of 2018 the study team has concluded Tasks 1 to and 6 of Component A. Currently, the study team is focusing on the completion of Tasks 5 and 6 which [...]
To monitor the National Transport Plan for Greece, a Project Steering Committee (PSC) has been nominated by the MIT with representatives from concerned stakeholders and institutions. Under the direction of the Secretary General, it includes [...]
Comprehensive field surveys took place in the period 18th of September to 20th of October 2017, with the main aim to collect representative traffic data that reflect the typical period for transport. More specifically, the [...]