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The Integrated Regional Operational Program ("IROP") is the programming document of the Slovak Republic for the programming period 2014 – 2020, applicable from 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2023. Its overall objective is to help improve the quality of life and secure the sustainable provision of public services with an impact on balanced and sustainable territorial development, and the economic, territorial and social cohesion of regions, cities and municipalities.

In order to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and prevent the increase of regional disparities within Slovakia, additional resources have been provided under the REACT-EU priority axis. The funds will be used for measures related to recovery from the pandemic crisis, including its social consequences, and to prepare for a green, digital and resilient economic recovery.

The IROP SO Department carries out activities to ensure a sound and smooth process of management, preparation, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, financial management and control of the operational programme in accordance with the Agreement on the performance of some of the tasks of the Governing Body by the Intermediate Body.

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Construction of bikeway on Starohájska Street, section: Rusovská cesta – Dolnozemská cesta

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Name and seat of recipient:

Bratislava, Capital of the Slovak Republic, Primaciálne námestie 1, 814 99 Bratislava

Location of project execution:


Authorised expenses – total:

€ 284,227.39

Amount of non-repayable financial contribution provided:

€ 270,016.02

  • European Regional Development Fund - EU funding via the Integrated Regional Operational Programme (IROP): € 142,113.69 (50 %)
  • European Regional Development Fund - co-financed via the state budget: € 127,902.33 (45 %)
  • Funding from the City of Bratislava: € 14,211.37 (5 %)

Execution period:

08/2018 – 09/2021

Description of project:

The primary objective of the project is to make cycling more popular and safer.

The subject of the project is the construction of a bikeway on Starohájska Street in the section of Rusovská cesta - Dolnozemská cesta, in line with STN 63 6100. The bikeway will connect two existing bikeways in Petržalka – the bikeway on Dolnozemská cesta with the bikeway on Rusovská cesta, along the Chorvátske rameno canal. It will be used by citizens and visitors to Bratislava for commuting to work, school, city centre, shopping centres, as well as for visiting relatives or national heritage sites. More about the project

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