According to bank documents, "the proposed program will comprise of upgrading 260km of existing highway corridor11(hereafter referred to as the “program corridor”); upgrading and rehabilitating feeder roads; complementary logistics infrastructure improvements; and road sector modernization and capacity building. The program will also support the laying of Optical Fiber/Utility duct alongthe program corridor and selected feeder roads. The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) will also support the program and finance the upgrading of 160Km (Jhenaidah-Bonpara–Hatikumrul) of the program corridor through a parallel financing arrangement."
Rajesh Rohatgi, Jan Erik Nora, Satheesh Kumar Sundararajan
Senior Transport Specialist
Ministry of Finance
Roads and Highways Department (RHD)
Riaz Jaber, Additional Chief Engineer
Local Government Engineering Department (LGED)
Shahriar Abu, Project Director
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