Zagreb, October 11th (Hina) – Trains tailored for the transportation of passengers and motorbikes between Phra and Buzet were announced earlier this week in the largest city of Istria.
The train was prepared as part of the “Istrabike and train” program within the European ICARUS program.
Boris Milletic, Mayor of the Istria Peninsula, attended the launch of a bicycle-friendly train at Pula Station, stating that the project is in line with efforts to promote green transitions and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. I did.
The Pula-Buzet bicycle-friendly train initiative was launched in collaboration with Croatia’s HŽ Putnički Prijevoz.
Jericho Ukitch, head of the state rail passenger transport company, said the foundation for further development of the Istria railway network is laid within the Interreg Italy-Croatia ICARUS project.
The 16.5 million kuna ICARUS aims to improve passenger intermodal transportation connections, promote sustainable coastal and hinterland accessibility, and promote a car-independent lifestyle.
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