Purpose of the Environmental and Social Impact Assessments
The project consists of the financing of the M6 Motorway on a design-build-finance-operate basis (DBFO) under a Public-Private Partnership scheme (“PPP”). The motorway will be running south from Érdi Tető to Dunaújváros (58 km) towards the border with Croatia. The M6 Motorway will be based on Availability Payments under which the Hungarian Government will pay the concessionaire for providing it with an operational motorway according to pre-set performance criteria.
The Client is M6 Duna Autópálya Koncessziós Részvénytársaság Rt., a single purpose company organised in Hungary to undertake the finance, construction and operation of the M6 Motorway after a successful tender for the concession by the Consortium led by Bilfinger Berger BOT GmbH (Germany), Porr Infrastruktur GmbH (Austria) and Swietelsky International Bau GmbH (Austria).
There is a project summary document available for this project.
Full ESIA availability
Full ESIA documentation is available locally at:
EBRD Headquarters in London, email@example.com
Nemzeti Autopálya Rt (NARt)., Lajos utca 80, 1036 Budapest, (Hungary).
Contact: Miklós Murányi Tel: +36 1 436 8100
The Mayor’s Office at: H-2400, Dunaujváros Városháza tér 1-2, (Hungary).
Contact: Petrovivkijné Angerer Ildikó Tel:+36 25 412 211/301
EBRD, Resident Office, Rakóczi út 42, 1072 Budapest, (Hungary).
Contact: Andrea Schtrausz Tel: +36 1 486 3020
EBRD’s Business Information Centre in London
Project Manager, Nemzeti Autópálya Rt. (NARt)
Tel: +36 1 436 8182
Fax: +36 20 930 8950
This document was prepared at an early stage of project development, before consideration by the EBRD Board of Directors. Details of a project may change following disclosure.
Environmental and Social Impact Assessments and ESIA summaries are produced by project sponsors, and the EBRD makes them available without any comment or implied endorsement. Any views expressed or statements made in the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment or the ESIA Summary do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the EBRD.
Last updated 25 June 2014