According to bank documents, "The subproject road section proposed for financing under Tranche 3 is part of the 95.4 kms Imphal - Moreh road section called national highway no. 102 (NH-102) and also named as Asian Highway 1 (AH1). The subproject road section starts at Khongkhang and ends at Moreh town covering a total length of 29.5 kms. The subproject road is proposed for improvement and upgradation to two lane configurations with shoulders and side drains.
The subproject proposes improvement of 29.5 km section of existing Imphal - Moreh road corridor connecting Myanmar Border (at Moreh) to Imphal (Capital of Manipur). The subproject road corridor traverse through the eastern part of Manipur and mostly pass through rural areas. This corridor will be improved to standard 2-lane carriageway configuration in hilly terrain. There are realignments proposed in this road section of the subproject."
Responsible ADB Officer Shigehiko Muramoto
Responsible ADB Department South Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Transport and Communications Division, SARD
Ministry of Road Transport and Highways
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