According to ADB website, ADB is working with the Lao People’s Democratic Republic to support road management and maintain over 300 kilometers of national and local roads in the provinces of Attapu, Salavan and Xekong. The project is working to provide year-round access to markets and services in provincial townships for the rural populations.
The Lao Road Sector Governance and Maintenance Project will improve the delivery of public service in road asset management. It will cultivate sustainable and efficient road asset management practices by strengthening governance and capacity in planning, financing, and implementing routine and periodic road maintenance. 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 achievement of the government's goal of improving road asset management.
Project Officer: Leung, Kang Hang
Southeast Asia Department, ADB
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