Translated version of this PSD: Croatian
Demonstration of Successful Restructuring through the implementation of a Financial and Operational Improvement Programme (“FOPIP”) and related company restructuring.
Frameworks for Markets with transition impact deriving from the introduction of a new Public Service Contract (“PSC”) between the Company and the City of Split which is expected to enhance predictability and accountability for the provision of bus services in Split.
Development of Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP). The SUMP will be focused on best-practice urban transport planning. This will include the preparation of a regional-wide transport strategy and policy to emphasise the mobility for the general public.
- The expected transition impact rating is ‘good’.
Environmental and social categorisation, impact, and mitigation
- Environmental and Social Due Diligence to assess the feasibility of the Project. This TC will be conducted in order to check whether the procedures and policies utilized by the Company during the Project preparation adhere to the EBRD’s environmental and social standards. Technical Due Diligence to determine the type of bus technology to introduce in Split, and to prepare technical specifications.
Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) (EUR 275,000), focusing on best-practice urban transport planning and analysing the potential for greater private sector opportunities, proposed to be financed by an international donor or the Shareholder Special Fund (“SSF”).
- Project Implementation Support and Financial and Operational Performance Improvement Programme (FOPIP) (EUR 200,000), to support the Company with the procurement aspects of the loan implementation, assisting the Company with further commercialization, long-term planning and with the preparation of the Public Service Contract in accordance with EU Regulation 1370/2007. Proposed to be financed by an international donor or the SSF.
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