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MTITC completed the evaluation of bus hauliers’ applications
12.01.2021

The Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications approved another 28 applications for funding from bus hauliers, worth a total of nearly BGN 2.4 million. This concludes the evaluation of all applications received in the first and second evaluation sessions, under procedure BG16RFOP002-2.091 "Support for SMEs operating bus services to overcome the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic". Thus, the Ministry provides operating capital to a total of 580 bus hauliers to deal with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

MTITC approved for funding another 344 bus carriers’ applications
29.12.2020

The Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications approved for funding another 344 applications by bus carriers from the second evaluation session. They have a total value of nearly BGN 12.8 million. Thus, the number of all bus companies approved so far is 552. Almost BGN 14 million is the funding already paid for the 208 project proposals approved at the beginning of the month under the measure from the first evaluation session.

MTITC approved funding of the first 208 bus carriers applications
09.12.2020

The Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications approved for funding the first 208 applications of bus carriers, from the first evaluation session. The applications approved so far are worth a total of nearly BGN 14 million. The funds are allocated under procedure BG16RFOP002-2.091 "Support for bus and coach SMEs to overcome the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic".

Within the shortest possible notice, the Ministry will proceed to the conclusion of the grant agreements with the applicants whose applications have been approved.

22.06.2017

The Integrated Transport Strategy for the period until 2030 was adopted by the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Bulgaria with Decision No 336/23 June 2017.

The Strategy underlines the main aspects for the development of the national transport system for the period until 2030.

The Integrated Transport Strategy for the period until 2030 is elaborated in accordance with the principles of consistency, continuity and synergy with national and European strategic documents.

Integrated Transport Strategy for the period until 2030
17.03.2017

Statement of the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy of the Republic of Bulgaria on the implementation of the Ordinance on the conditions and order for posting and sending of workers within the frameworks of provision of services.

28.02.2017

The Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications and Directorate General Civil Aviation Administration open competitions for access to the market for air operators for obtaining the right of appointing with objective operation of the regular lines Varna – Moscow – Varna and Sofia – Moscow – Sofia, accepted with the Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Bulgaria and the Government of the Russian Federation for Air Communications to their territories and across them.

08.02.2017

Four project proposals  were  submitted under the third invitation of the Connecting Europe Facility "Transport" sector (Cohesion package). Two projects were submitted by State Enterprise "Air Traffic Control", one of State Enterprise "National Company Railway Infrastructure" and one of "Road Infrastructure Agency". The total investment value is 207 million euros  and EU funding amounts to 85%.

17.10.2016

The European Union Agency for Railways will certify our experts in the field of investigation of accidents in rail transport. In the period 17 - 20 October in the Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications will be carried out a training and certification of experts from Bulgaria, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey.

12.10.2016

Opportunities for cooperation in the training of air traffic controllers and employees of the aviation administration of Bulgaria and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) discussed the Minister of Transport, Information Technology and Communications Ivaylo Moskovski and the Minister of Economy of the Emirates Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri. Minister Mansouri is paying a visit to Bulgaria upon the invitation of Minister Ivaylo Moskovski.

08.09.2016

Legislative amendments proposing the division of the bus stations into three different categories are developed by order of the Minister of Transport, Information Technology and Communications, Mr. Ivaylo Moskovski. This decision was reached as a result of a several months long discussions between experts and branch representatives for development of a new system, ensuring the provision of quality bus station services for citizens and carriers.

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