According to the World Bank website, the AF includes the following activities: a) reconstruction of a major section of the west coast national road between the key cities of Calang and Meulaboh (West Coast road), from about kilometer marker (Km) 198 to Km 247 including the Kuala Bubon Bridge and related waterway ecological and environmental restoration. The road, bridge and local ecosystems were severely impacted by the December 2004 tsunami and the subsequent earthquake. The estimated cost of the physical works is US$33.8 million; and b) engineering services for design reviews and implementation supervision of the West Coast road, and program management.
Project Contact: Suhail J.S. Jme’an
Task Team Leader, World Bank
Fax : 1-202-477-1205
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