According to the Bank's website, this project finances the network maintenance, rehabilitation and incremental improvement of the road network in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The project area consists of 4100km of road, 702 bridges and 105 tunnels throughout the country.
The project aims to improve operational and financial sustainability of the road sector, improve mobility and accessibility around the country, improve network resilience and improve road safety.
The website references an Envrionmental and Social Risks and Impacts Concept Stage Document, but it is not available online.
Implementing Agency : Republika Srpska Ministry of Transport and Communications. Contact : Natasha Kostic. Title : Assistant Minister. Telephone No : 0038751339384. Email : email@example.com
Implementing Agency : Republika Srpska Roads Agency. Contact : Vedran Pjanic. Title : Director Infrastructure. Telephone No : 0038751334528. Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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