The Government of Tajikistan requested the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to finance the rehabilitation and reconstruction of the road between Ayni-Panjakent and the border with Uzbekistan, and overlay of an additional asphalt concrete layer to the Sayron-Karamik section of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Corridor 3. The Ministry of Transport, i.e., the executing agency, conducted an engineering conceptual design including project costing in 2011. Additional work is required to improve the preliminary study and undertake due diligence for the project. The project preparatory technical assistance consultants will, build on existing project information, carry out a feasibility study and preliminary design for the project road, including bidding documents and an investment plan.
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