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Településeket Összekötő, Határon Átnyúló Kerékpárutak Kialakítása A Nagy-Milic Térségében, Meglévő Utak Felhasználásával És Felújításával / Vytvorenie cyklistických ciest spájajúcich cezhraničné osady v oblasti Nagy Milic s využitím a obnovením už existu (Kerékpárutak a Nagy milic térségben / Cyklistické cesty v oblasti)
Date du début: 31 mai 2010, Date de fin: 30 oct. 2011 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The development taking place on both sides of the border is also significant because of its approach-forming properties, making local communities aware of the possibility of sustainable living and environmentally sound transportation, furthermore increasing economic and human relations between people on the two sides of the border, better recognition and acceptance of traditions, history and everyday life of neighbouring nationalities, and possibly assisting the integration of local Roma communities as well as increasing employment of women in the area.In the past years settlements in the area have taken steps to improve local infrastructure. They have taken part in tenders and started bicycle facility projects (e.g. in 2007 the Sátoraljaújhely Mikóháza road was completed using Interreg and the road-fund subsidy and the self-financing of locals; signposts in agricultural areas in the Mikóháza- Felsőregmec Michal ani line were erected through self-financing. Along the border lies the Green route -indicated by pictograms- from Újhely through Hóllóháza to Kéked, from where it leads out of the area to Slovakia and into Cserehát. The blueprints of the main route on the Hungarian side are already finished -from Sátoraljaújhely through Pálháza, Bózsva, Telkibánya to Tornyosnémedi - , while the parallel course-planning project is being prepared on the Slovakian side). Achievements: The improvement of cross-border transport possibilities is the main condition for developing border settlements. In the framework of the project, the partners intended to build a solid or asphalt pavement bicycle roads between the villages Füzér, Hollóháza in Hungary and Skerešovo, Slanec in Slovakia facilitating the cross-border accessibility of the villages. As a result of the project a 30 km long cycle path links and utilizes tourist attractions, existing cycling facilities and at the same time increases economic and human relations between people on the two sides of the border.



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