Original disclosure @ AFDB website
Updated in EWS Jun 15, 2022
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According to the bank website, the objectives of the project are to contribute to the country's social and economic development by providing a more efficient and effective transport corridor and to promote trade and regional integration along the Mtwara Development Corridor. The specific project objectives are to improve accessibility and road transport services along the corridor by reducing travel time and vehicle operating costs and improving road traffic safety along the road.
The Mnivata Newala Masasi (160 Km) Road Upgrading Project was designed to improve the accessibility of the 816 km long Mtwara Development Corridor (MDC) commencing from Mtwara to Mnivata up to Mbamba Bay on Lake Nyasa. This is for upgrading the 160 km road to bituminous standard including 84 m Mwiti Bridge and complementary initiatives.
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