Drivers wont be able to drive through it though until 2022.
Slovakia has not changed the price of annual highway stickers since 2011.
The Transport Ministry is launching a campaign to reduce the number of cars on roads.
The iconic building awaits its future fate.
Train connection is also on the list in the future.
The state railway company ZSSK argues that adding these new connections, starting June 10, could lessen some of the traffic in the capital.
The road will be not closed completely as originally planned, but traffic will be limited
The plan was to have two Chinese trains arriving to Bratislava per week
This concept is suitable for shared mobility.
Slovak legislation enables municipalities to create zones where polluting vehicles are banned but it seems they do not exist.
Slovaks prefer comfort to ecology, current trends in transport suggest, according to statistics.
Budamar Logistics group may have paid €100 million for a 50-percent share in one of the biggest producers of railway carriages in Europe.
The much-awaited Bratislava ring road project to ease hefty traffic jams has been delayed from its very beginning, including building permits requested by the Transport Ministry.
The line serves the large Slovak community living in Rajka
All city transport tickets will be accepted.
Eight years since the service was cancelled, the train connection between the Austrian capital and the eastern Slovak city is to resume.
Despite the positive results of the feasibility study, its necessity remains questionable.
But there are still several questions that need to be answered in order for the planned projects to be successful.