The proposed Project plays a significant role in improving Nepal’s transport and trade connectivity with its neighbors India and China and also Bangladesh and Bhutan (via India). The project will support "(a) Improvement of the existing Nagdhunga-Naubise-Mugling (NNM) Road (96 km on the pivotal north-south trade corridor connecting Kathmandu and Birgunj, plus construction of a new 2-lane bypass from Sisne Khola to Dharke (~12 km); and (b) Upgrading of the Kamala-Dhalkebar-Pathlaiya Road (KDP) Road of the East-West Highway from 2-lane to 4-lane."
Co-financiang: Borrower US$ 125 million
Sri Kumar Tadimalla, Deepak Man Singh Shrestha
Senior Transport Specialist
Ministry of Finance
Shree Krishna Nepal, Joint Secretary
Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport
Arjun Jung Thapa, Deputy Director General
Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Supplies
Navaraj Dhakal, Joint Secretary
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