The project will improve the road connectivity and efficiency of Dhaka-Northwest international trade corridor. To ensure the sustainability of the outcome, an associated technical assistance is proposed to assist the government in updating its master plan for roads and improving its planning capacity.
A project implementation consultant will be engaged for construction supervision and capacity development.
The Mission and RHD discussed the procurement plan for the project. RHD proposed to follow the approach of SASEC Road Connectivity Project. A total of 8 to 10 packages of civil works will be procured.
MFF Facility Concept 0103-BAN: South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation Dhaka-Northwest Corridor Road Project, Phase 2
Ordinary capital resources
US$ 1,150.00 million
concessional ordinary capital resources lending / Asian Development Fund
US$ 50.00 million
MFF Facility Concept: South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation Dhaka-Northwest Corridor Road Project, Phase 2
Japan International Cooperation Agency
US$ 242.52 million
TA 9408-BAN: Updating the Road Master Plan
Technical Assistance Special Fund
US$ 2.00 million
Roads and Highways Department
Lee, Dong Kyu
South Asia Department
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