According to WB website, the project intends to improve and preserve rural bridges to support connectivity and climate resiliency, and strengthen institutional management. The PforR portion of the operation will support capital investments in UZR and UNR bridges, including maintenance, rehabilitation, widening, replacement, and new construction. The IPF portion will support institutional strengthening and capacity building activities under the operation. The Program will support the LGED’s strategy for the sustainable development and maintenance of rural bridges.
Senior Transport Specialist, World Bank
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Additional Secretary, Economic Relations Division, Government of Bangladesh
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Mr. Iftekhar Ahmed Additional
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