According to ADB website, the PPTA will identify, formulate, and prepare an ensuing loan and/or grant for the CAREC Corridors 1 and 3 Connector Road. The main outcome of the PPTA is to prepare a feasibility study suitable for ADB financing. The PPTA will prepare a feasibility to cover three sections (i) Balykchy village to kilometer (km) marker 43, approximately 43 km, (ii) Kochkor village to Jyldyz village, approximately 119 km, and (iii) Aral to CAREC 3 road corridor (via Suusamyr valley), approximately 91 km.
The PPTA is a preparation for the proposed Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Corridors 1 and 3 Connector Road (the project). The project will improve regional and national connectivity by rehabilitating an estimated 253 kilometers (km) of road sections connecting the CAREC Corridors 1 and 3 in the center of the Kyrgyz Republic. The proposed project is consistent with the government's priority of providing alternate access in regional and national connectivity, and align with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) Country Partnership Strategy (2013 -2017), Midterm Review of Strategy 2020 and Country Operations Business Plan (2015 -2017).
Project Officer: Lim, Susan
Central and West Asia Department
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