15 september 2021
Serbia plans to build a new modern railway logistics center in the city of Subotica, BalkanEngineer.com learned from Ekapija.com. The investment is part of the “Inputrans” project, which the country is developing in cooperation with partners from Hungary.
“Inputrans” is a cross-border project that also includes the construction of a high-speed railway line between the capitals of Belgrade and Budapest. The planned location of the railway logistics center in the city of Subotica is the “Mali Bajmok” industrial zone. In the future, other similar railway hubs are planned for the cities of Kiskunhalas and Novi Sad.
One of the main goals of building a logistics center and investing in modern railway infrastructure is to turn Subotica into an important European center. A highway passes right next to the city’s industrial zone.
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