This project finances technical assistance for improvements to Georgia's road sector, particularly the East West Highway, an integral part of the 4 Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) corridors. The technical assistance will manifest in: a) an independent technical review, covering technical and contractual aspects of the detailed design for the highway improvement works; and b) a comprehensive assessment of Georgia's road sector.
This project is preparatory assistance for a larger project aimed at improvements to the Khevi Ubisa section of the East West Highway by constructing 12 tunnels, 43 bridges, and several very deep cuttings and high embankments covering a distance of 15km.
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