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1 Transport Infrastructure in the Žilina self-governing region Žilina transport junction

2 Important Road Infrastructure in ŽSGR Motorway D1, part of multi-modal corridor No. V Motorway D3, part of multi-modal corridor No. VI Motorway (lower categ.) R3, part of additional network TINA Motorway (lower categ.) R5, part of proposal for integration into additional network TINA Highway I/11 Highway I/12 Highway I/18 Highway I/59 Highway I/78

3 Important Road Infrastructure

4 Public-Private Partnership projects 1st package includes Motorway D1 sections Dubna Skala – Turany, Turany – Hubová, Hubová – Ivachnová, Jánovce – Jablonov and section Fričovce – Svinia 2nd package includes Motorway(LC) R1 Nitra – Selenec, Selenec – Beladice, Beladice – Tekovské Nemce and the north by-pass road of Banská Bystrica 3rd package includes Motorway D1 sections Hričovské Podhradie – Lietavská Lúčka, Lietavská Lúčka – Višňové, Višňové – Dubna Skala and the feeder road Lietavská Lúčka - Žilina In order to accelerate construction of the motorway road network it is planned to carry out three packages of the PPP projects: 2nd package has been successfully competed and its construction already started on the 5th April 2009.

5 Priority of Regional Road Network Development 128 km long road has been constructed by interconnecting of roads I/18, II/487, I/11, II/520, I/78, I/59 and II/520, in direction: Makov - Turzovka - Čadca – Nová Bystrica - Oravská Lesná - Námestovo - Tvrdošín - Trstená - Suchá Hora. Indirect approach of the international transport borderline area of the Czech Republic will be set through the road line No. I/18 from the Makov/Bumbálka border checkpoint, through the road No. II/484 from Klokočov border checkpoint, through the road No. III/01179 from the Podzávoz border checkpoint and through the road No. I/11 from the Svrčinovec border checkpoint. Indirect approach of the international transport borderline area of Poland to the road line will be set through the road No. I/12 from the Skalité border checkpoint, through the road No. III/5206 from the Novoť border checkpoint, through the road No. I/78 from the Oravská Polhora border checkpoint, through the road No. III/52013 from the Bobrov border checkpoint and through the road No. I/59 from the Trstená border checkpoint.

6 Road Interconnections of ŽSGR with Czech Republic and Poland Kysuce sub-region

7 Road Transport Interconnections of ŽSGR with the Czech Republic and Poland Orava sub-region

8 Railway Infrastructure in the territory of ŽSGR Railway infrastructure development can be particularly effected by modernizing of the international corridors defined at the Pan European Congress of Ministers of Transport held in Crete in 1994 and confirmed in Helsinki in corridor No. V - Bratislava - Žilina - Čierna nad Tisou - Ukraine corridor No. VI - Balt - Varšava - Zwardoň - Skalité - Čadca - Žilina with further continuance over the corridor No. V ŽSGR territory cross following transeuropean corridors:

9 Integration of ŽSGR into European railway corridors

10 Žilina Self-governing Region (SVK) – Moravian- Silesian Region (CZE) – Silesian Voivodeship (PL) Žilina self-governing region, Moravian-Silesian Region, Silesian Voivodeship neighbouring regions, mutually running partnerships among regions, long-lasting cooperation: - at various levels (regional as well as local self- government, private sector). - in various areas (business enterprising, environment, transport, tourism). regions are not limited by extreme language barrier, along with, regions are related on the basis of a common history as well as current problems – e.g. an economic transformation, global impacts on local economies and a living standard in neighbouring parts of their territories. Since 2007 there has emerged an ambition to create a common area for common approach, cooperation and mutual best practice exchange related to resolving common whether similar problems and coming challenges according to the similarly running models (e.g. French-Belgian model Grand region)

11 Žilina Self-governing Region (SVK) – Moravian- Silesian Region (CZE) – Silesian Voivodeship (PL)

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13 creation of a stable common area (territory), development of cooperating area in involved regions, elaboration of a common development strategy on the basis of regional development prognosis, i.e. including a common transport development strategy coordination of implementation of strategic activities in defined areas of a common interest. In 2009 the Moravian-Silesian Region together with the Žilina Self-governing Region and the Silesian Voivodeship submitted in the frame of the OP Central Europe the project entitled TRITIA, aimed at highlighting attractiveness and uniqueness of 3 involved regions, along with promoting their economies and improving their competitiveness particularly by taking following steps:

14 Žilina Self-governing Region (SVK) – Moravian- Silesian Region (CZE) – Silesian Voivodeship (PL) strategic area: Competitiveness of sub-regions strategic objective:Maintaining diversity and improving co-operation of sub-regions while strengthening position of Žilina region and Považie sub-region in the context of Europe of regions. One of the main problems of the TRITIA common area is represented by not completed north-southern and east-western international transport corridors, i.e. the absence of satisfying mutual interconnection of transport road corridors. All activities related to mutual cooperation with the Moravian-Silesian Region and the Silesian Voivodeship are resulting from the fundamental strategic document of ŽSGR – Program of Economic and Social Development of the Žilina Self- governing Region for 2007 – 2013:

15 Approach of Highway D3 Hričovské Podhradie – Skalité – PL border to S69 SK border – Zwardoń - Bielsko Biala Source:

16 Approach of Highway D3 Hričovské Podhradie – Skalité – PL border to S69 SK border – Zwardoń - Bielsko Biala Source:

17 Transport Infrastructure in the Žilina self-governing region Thank you for attention! Ing. Juraj BLANÁR President of the Žilina self-governing region


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