The proposed PPTA will help to prepare the proposed Padma Bridge Project for consideration for ADB financing. It will build upon the feasibility study carried out by consultants to confirm the technical, economic, and financial viability of the project, as well as prepare all the required studies and documentation to ensure that ADB safeguard requirements with respect to environmental, social and resettlement issues are complied with. The PPTA will also formulate, analyze and recommend different options for attracting private financing for the project, including public-private partnerships.
Latest Project Documents
|Padma Multipurpose Bridge Design Project||Nov 2009|
|Preparing the Padma Multipurpose Bridge: Final Report||May 2007|
|Preparing the Padma Multipurpose Bridge Project (Financed by the Japan Special Fund)||Sep 2005|
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