According to the ADB, the proposed South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation Dhirasram Inland Container Depot (DICD) Project will support construction of a new inland container depot in the north of Dhaka with direct rail link to Chattogram Port and Indian borders. The project will apply the public-private partnership scheme where a concessionaire will finance construction of the superstructure of DICD and procurement of cargo handling equipment, and will be responsible for operation and maintenance. The Asian Development Bank will finance construction of the substructure of DICD.
Responsible ADB Officer:
Kaoru Kasahara - South Asia Department, Transport and Communications Division
No contacts available at the time of disclosure.
Implementing Agency - Bangladesh Railway:
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