The TA's main impact will be a rehabilitated regional road of A380 Guzar-Bukhara-Nukus-Beyneu in Uzbekistan. The rehabilitated road will reduce vehicle operating costs and travel time of the domestic, regional, and transit traffic thereby contributing to the growth of domestic and international trade in the area, promoting regional cooperation with the neighboring countries, and satisfying the requirements of local population in transportation of goods and passengers. The TA outcome will be the agreed design and feasibility study for the project suitable for ADB financing.
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|Preparing the Regional Infrastructure (Roads) Project||Dec 2007|
|Preparing the Regional Infrastructure (Roads) Project||Dec 2006|
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