Novi Sad - Bus Fleet Renewal

Location:

Serbia

Project number:

51441

Business sector:

Municipal and environmental infrastructure

Notice type:

Public

Environmental category:

B

Target board date:

26 Nov 2019

Status:

Passed Concept Review, Pending Final Review

PSD disclosed:

07 Oct 2019

Translated version of this PSD: Serbian

Project Description

Provision of debt financing to Javno gradsko saobracajno preduzece Novi Sad (the "company", or the "client"), a public transport company fully owned by the city of Novi Sad (the "city") to finance the acquisition of 30 Compressed Natural Cas (CNC) buses (25 solo and 5 articulated) to renew its bus fleet (the "project).

Project Objectives

Contributing to the improved quality of bus transport service in the city and enhancement of sustainable mobility solutions.

Transition Impact

Good

The project contributes to the "green" transition impact quality through environmental benefits arising from improved local air quality by reducing air pollution emissions. Also, the project contributes to the "well governed" transition impact quality by supporting the city to develop its Green Cities Action Plan. The plan will introduce improvements in local planning and coordination of infrastructure development in medium and long term, as well as strengthen institutional capacity of the city.

Client Information

PUBLIC TRANSPORT COMPANY OF THE CITY OF NOVI SAD "Javno gradsko saobracajno preduzece Novi Sad", a public transport company fully owned by the city of Novi Sad.

EBRD Finance Summary 

EUR 7,000,000.00
Up to EUR 7 million senior loan to the Company.

Total Project Cost

EUR 7,000,000.00
Up to EUR 7 million.

Environmental and Social Summary

Categorised B under the 2014 ESP. Key environmental and social ("E&S") impacts/risks associated with the replacement of 30 old buses by CNG new buses include the Company's existing management systems, as well as labour, health & safety and road safety practises and standards. E&S due diligence will be undertaken by an independent consultant together with the technical and financial due diligence; it will include a review of the Company's existing management systems and operations with specific attention to the maintenance depot, auxiliary facilities and workshops, labour practises, road safety and driver training. It will also include an analysis of the E&S benefits associated with the Project.

Technical Cooperation

Pre-signing:

  • Technical, financial and environmental due diligence, including technical review of proposed purchase, preparation of financial models and all environmental and social aspects.
  • Advanced procurement support, to assist the City with the preparation of tender documents and handling procurement process.

Post-signing:

  • Green Cities Action Plan for the City of Novi Sad in order to prioritise investments, capacity building and policy objectives in support of the green agenda.

Company Contact Information

Milovan Amidzic
gspns@gspns.rs
www.gspns.co.rs
Futoski put 46, 21000 Novi Sad, Serbia

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