At its 174th regular session on 29 March 2018, the Government of the Republic of Slovenia adopted the plan for investments in transport and transport infrastructure for the period 2018–2023 prepared by the Ministry of Infrastructure with the cooperation of DRI. This is the first of the six-year investment plans to be prepared annually, as foreseen in the Resolution on the National Program for the Development of Transport in the Republic of Slovenia until 2030. The plan will make it easier for investment providers to implement their investments and above all ensure stability in the field of investments in transport and transport infrastructure.
In the period 2018–2023, the state plans to invest 2.6 billion euros in total with almost 2.4 billion euros for transport subsidies, compensations and regular maintenance. On average, the state will invest 433 million euros per year in investments within the framework of this operational program, and with the contributions of so-called non-budgetary users (DARS, Luka Koper, etc.), the investments will approach one billion euros annually. On average, the state will earmark about 400 million euros annually for regular maintenance, subsidies and compensations.
The operational plan includes measures in the fields of roads, railways, sustainable mobility and water and air transport.