1. General public
Population of the Municipality of Alexandria and Municipality of Cherven Bryag.
According to the last official census from Romania (2011), the total population of Alexandria is 45.434 inhabitants. According to the official information and considering a 2 km radius of roads propose for rehabilitating in this project, the entire population of the Municipality of Alexandria is impacted by project. Alexandria’s city surface is 9,56 km², and the roads covered by the investment are located in the East, West and Nord-West of the city. According to the general situation plan (attached ), it can be seen that the entire population of the city will benefit from the investment.
According to data from the census in 2016, the population of the municipality of Cherven Bryag amounts to 26,543 inhabitants. The municipality ranks second in number after the municipality of Pleven. Over the last 5 years there has been a steady trend towards decreasing the population of the municipality of Cherven Bryag. This tendency is characteristic both for Pleven region and for the Northwest statistical region. Also, realization of investments by Bulgarian partner leading to connecting Cherven Bryag Municipality ( 26,543 inhabitants) with Deventsi towns (689 inhabitants) , Telish (954 inhabitants), Chomakovtsi (1,028 inhabitants) to E83 road.
As we enter the twenty-first century, transport is a critical link between economic and social development. Effective transport systems allow people to get to their jobs, take care of their health, pursue an education, and obtain the necessary food and goods to support their daily existence. Likewise, poorly planned transport systems can perpetuate existing inequities, increase air and noise pollution, and add to the complexity of solving urban and rural planning dilemmas. There can be little doubt that transport in the twenty-first century will be as much about moving people and goods and facilitating equitable access to services, as the previous century has been focused on moving vehicles.
As conclusion making the necessary investments in the road network in the municipalities until 2020 could generate direct, indirect and induced jobs for the region. A better integrated and efficient transport system which further facilitates the free movement of people and goods within the EU and with its neighbours, and which integrates innovative technologies and traffic management systems, does not only improve the economic conditions for business but provides further impetus for the generation of new jobs.
Target Value: 74648.00
Smart, sustainable and fully interconnected transport, energy and digital networks are a necessary condition for the completion and well-functioning of the European single market and for linking Europe with the world market (“TEN-T to Connect”). They are genuine arteries of Europe’s economy and its citizens’ well-being. Moreover, in a difficult economic context, marked by minimal growth and tight public budgets, investments in key infrastructures with strong EU added value can boost Europe’s competitiveness (”Connect to Compete”). Building infrastructure offers opportunities for European companies and boosts employment while infrastructure investment generates long-term benefits through improved connectivity thereby catalysing smart, sustainable and inclusive growth (“Compete to Grow”).
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is one of the main macroeconomic indicators giving an idea of the state and economic potential of territorial units. For benchmarking and benchmarking, the “GDP per capita” indicator is used. Data shows that Cherven Bryag has a lower GDP per capita than the country average and the Northwest region. For Alexandria, the official statistical information indicate a similar situation, GDP per capita in Teleorman County was 4.341 de euro and registered an unemployment rate of 11%. In Bulgarian side, by 2015, with an average GDP per capita for the country of 9359 BGN and for the Northwest region – 5652 BGN, for the Pleven region, the amount of the created GDP is 5051 BGN. Compared to the other municipalities within the Northwest region, Cherven Bryag region is in worst position than Belene and Pleven.
Regarding the GDP growth of a person achieved for the period 2006-2010, Cherven Bryag region is also in unfavorable position. With an average growth of 139.1% for the country and 122.0% for the Northwest region, in Pleven it is 113.5%. Regarding this indicator, Cherven bryag is the last place in the Pleven District.
As of 2016, production in the region amounted to BGN 2114880 thousand, which is by BGN 17 699 thousand less than in 2012. This negative trend is a result of the impact of the economic crisis that has occurred since 2013 .
For the analyzed period there is a trend of decrease of the total income from activity, with the decrease of 8.7% for the whole period. Trends in operating income are observed in individual sectors. In the primary sector by 2016 compared to 2013 there is a growth of 55.7%. This is the result of revenues mainly from plant growing, and in particular from cereals and cereals, also supported by European funds. The secondary sector is experiencing the most severe impact of the economic crisis in the country during the analyzed period. Operating income in the secondary sector decreased by 17.5%. The largest decrease was in the Construction sector – by 44.1%. Tertiary sector sectors are charging different revenue trends – some of them are experiencing the effects of the economic crisis more severely – Real Estate Operations, while others are more successful in adapting to new economic conditions.
As for 2016, a total of 5174 enterprises from non-financial sector functioned on the Teleorman County.
As of 2016, a total of 723 enterprises from the non-financial sector functioned on the territory of Municipality of Cherven Bryag. By number of employees, the majority of them are of the type “micro” and “small”.
Medium-sized and large enterprises are few. Their relative share is only 1.5% of the total number of enterprises. These are production units from both secondary and tertiary sectors (educational institutions hospitals, retail outlets, etc.). No significant differences in the enterprise structure were observed for the analyzed period – there was a slight growth of “micro” enterprises (with the number of employees up to 9 years) – from 90.9% (2013) to 91.4
Target Value: 5897.00
3. Local public authority
The local public authorities will be adressed by the project events, as Local police, Municipality of Alexandria, County Council. Also, for the PP, the targeted autorityes are the local authorities from the Cherven Bryag Municipality, Deventsi towns , Telish, Chomakovtsi.
Target Value: 7.00
4. Interest groups including NGOs
NGO s from the transportation and/or road construction sector from Alexandria and Cherven-Bryag, or Association of Victims of Traffic Accidents (RO) etc.
Target Value: 4.00
5. National public authority
National public authorities responsible for the traffic safety or road infrastructure, as Ministry of Transport, National Traffic Police, Romanian road authority, State Inspectorate of Construction, Environmental Protection Agency, State Inspectorate for Road Traffic Control, Romanian Automitive Register and similar authorities from Bulgaria.
Target Value: 10.00