New cycling lane along Black Sea coast to connect Lozenets and Tsarevo
The future seaside garden of the resort of Lozenets will be connected with the Black Sea town of Tsarevo. This is what the mayor of Tsarevo municipality Georgi Lapchev told the Bulgarian National Radio. These were our long-term plans which we have already started to implement as a whole, he explained.
The cycling lane is expected to be extended from Tsarevo to Arapya in 2020, and construction will continue in 2021. The lane will be at a sufficient distance from the motorway and will be illuminated, Lapchev said.
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