According to the bank's website, "The project is to rehabilitate or upgrade about 35 kilometers of urban and rural roads in Honiara city and the surrounding regions in Guadalcanal Province, construct up to 7 rural wharves, and reconstruct an old wharf in Honiara port. The objective is to improve transport connectivity and efficiency of trade activities in Solomon Islands. The east-west Guadalcanal road corridor is in deteriorating condition, critical urban road sections have capacity constraints leading to traffic congestion, and inadequate maritime facilities aggravating efficiency of shipping services. The proposed project will provide road and maritime infrastructure, ensuring access to basic services, increase income generating opportunities, and promote social cohesiveness."
Responsible ADB Officer Kawabata, Tomoaki
Responsible ADB Department Pacific Department
Responsible ADB Division PATC
Ministry of Finance and Treasury
P.O. Box 26, Honiara, Solomon Islands
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