Tri-City Metropolitan Ring Road with contractors
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Budimex and a consortium of Mirbud and Kobylarnia companies have signed contracts with the General Directorate for National Roads and Austostrades (GDDKiA) for the design and construction of two sections of the Tri-City Metropolitan Bypass (OMT) within the S6 expressway. The bypass will open up new prospects for Gdansk Pomerania and the Tri-city area, increase road safety and improve communication.
The contracts signed with GDDKiA cover the design and construction of the Tricity Metropolitan Bypass – the contractors will prepare the technical documentation based on the program concept. After obtaining the permit for the implementation of the road investment, the construction works may begin – the route will be a dual carriageway expressway with a reserve for the third lane. This route has been divided into two construction sections: the first section of the S6 expressway of 16.3km, will be located between Chwaszczyn and Zukowo. The construction costs are estimated at PLN 715.2m, and the contractor for this investment is Budimex. The second section is going to be 16 kilometers long and it will be located between Zukowo and the Gdańsk Południe junction. A 7-kilometre long Zukowo bypass will also be built under the contract. The cost of the construction of the second section will be around PLN 777m and its contractor will be Mirbud and Kobylarnia.
The Tri-City Metropolitan Bypass will be implemented thanks to the government’s decision to allocate additional funds for this purpose under the National Roads Program. Design and construction works are to take 38 months on both sections, and the construction works are expected to be finalised in the second quarter of 2025.
Also, Tomasz Zuchowski, head of GDDKiA, announced that in Q3 this year, there will be tenders announced for the construction of three sections of the S6 in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship from Koszalin to Słupsk, thanks to which the entire route in will be put into service in 2025.