Modernisation of the Medininkai Border Crossing Point
The construction contract was signed between the Directorate of the Border Crossing Infrastructure and the representatives of the general contractor Conresta. The value of the construction project is €24 million and the project is planned to be completed within 30 months. The project is funded by the European Union and the state budget.
Directorate of the Border Crossing Infrastructure under the Ministry of Transport and Communications
Construction period / Stage I:
11/2020 - 01/2022
Construction period / Stage II:
11/2020 - 05/2023
With the implementation of the Modernisation of the Medininkai Border Crossing Point project, the Directorate of the Border Crossing Infrastructure under the Ministry of Transport and Communications is launching modernisation works at the largest Lithuanian-Belarusian road transport border control point.
The Directorate of the Border Crossing Infrastructure has signed a 30-month contract worth €24.18 million. Minister Jaroslavas Narkevičius said that the crossing point will meet all the entry-exit requirements of the European Union. According to the Minister, after the reconstruction, the crossing point will allow the crossing of up to 6 thousand cars and up to 2 thousand trucks per day.
The point will not be closed during the course of the work, while some cars will be able to cross at the Tverečius, Lavoriškės and Šalčininkai border points. The newly set-up area will have four buildings, while the section between the Medininkai and Kamennyj Log crossing points will have four two-way traffic lanes and a reserve lane. In addition, automated traffic management, number scanning and other systems, as well as special rooms with fingerprint and facial biometric scanning equipment will be installed.
The Medininkai BCP modernisation is planned to be carried out in two stages. In the first stage, the road section between Medininkai BCP and the Kamennyj Log BCP will be widened by installing 4 traffic lanes in each direction; while in the second stage, the entire remaining territory of the crossing point along with its buildings and infrastructure will be modernised.
- Metal constructions
- Multi-layered (Sandwich) boards
- Territory pavements: asphalt, paving tiles, rubble and lawn
- Browned metal
- Monolithic constructions
- Sorting the construction waste in the course of the construction