Modernisation of 4,8 km of Voyvodship Road (NR 631) from Naddnieprzanska Street to the borders of the city (phase II)
The road is a continuation of the Siekierkowska Route to the city border in the north-east. The section is characterised by high traffic levels and increasing congestion, causing a permanent increase in emissions and road accident risks. The reconstruction of the present road section is central to the overall transport plan for Warsaw as it connects the Siekierkowska Route to Warsaw's city ring road system and the TEN-T network.
The project falls under Annex II of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Directive (2011/92/EU) and was screened-in for environmental impact assessment by the President of the Capital City of Warsaw (Decision 643/OS/2006). A complaint from Zielone Mazowsze was processed after the EIA was submitted. An environmental decision was subsequently issued and confirmed in 2012 (Decision 108/OS/2012). Compliance with the Habitats (92/43/EEC) and Birds Directives (79/409/EEC) will be assessed during appraisal.
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