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Volume 86, 2019The First International Scientific Conference on Ecological and Environmental Engineering 2018
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Published online||22 February 2019|
North beltway of Cracow - selected elements of impact on the environment and the real estate market
1 AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
2 Lviv National Agrarian University, Lviv, Poland
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The construction of such a large road facility as the city beltway can not have an impact on the environment. In addition to the obvious benefits to transport, attention should be paid to the environment of the area, in particular noise and air pollution. In December 2017, the Minister of Infrastructure and Construction signed the investment program for the implementation of the northern Krakow bypass road. General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways, the Kraków branch has announced an open tender for its implementation into the EU. Today, in our tender for the design and construction of the northern bypass road of Krakow, 8 offers was received. All tenderers give the date of completion of all works within 47 months. The length of the two-lane section of the beltway is about 12 km, each roadway will have 3 lanes. The POK (North Beltway od Cracow) will run mostly in the area of the Zielonki commune, through the towns of: Zielonki, Bibice, Węgrzce, Bosutów, Dziekanowice and Batowice. The analysis carried out show a very large increase in the value of real estates located in the northern part of Krakow and adjacent areas in recent years. According to the authors, the construction of the northern beltway and easier access to the center of Krakow through the modernization of the November 29 avenue will contribute to even greater interest in real estates located in this area. Real estate prices will certainly increase, rather only at the beginning of the investment. Residents will gain the comfort of an alternative transport line, but there will also be an increase in noise and air pollution, which is a particularly important problem in and around Krakow. The article presents the validation of these three issues in relation to changes in the real estate market in the commune of Zielonki.
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