The Lao Road Sector Governance and Maintenance Project will improve the delivery of public service in road asset management. The project will rehabilitate and maintain a total of 327 kilometers (km) of national and local roads in the provinces of Salavan, Xekong, and Attapu. It will contribute to the improvement of road asset management.
The outcome will be sustainable road maintenance implemented in the provinces of Salavan, Xekong, and Attapu.
The project will consist of three outputs:
(1) governance and practice for road asset management improved;
(2) institutional capacity for road asset management strengthened; and
(3) road asset rehabilitation and maintenance completed.
TA 8492-LAO: Road Maintenance
From ABD: Technical Assistance Special Fund: US$ 0.75
Cofinancing from Lao Government: US$ 0.09
Responsible ADB officer: Leung, Kang Hang
Responsible ADB Department: Southeast Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division: Transport and Communications Division, SERD
Ministry of Public Works and Transport
Dept of Housing and Urban Planning, Lao
PDR, Lane-Xang Ave., Vientiane Lao PDR
P.O. Box 206
Project preparatory technical assistance: Oriental Consultants Global Co. Ltd.
The company is in the joint venture with International Development Center of Japan, in association with Mekong Consultants Co., Ltd.
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