ADB is helping Azerbaijan finance a comprehensive road network program. The second project under the multitranche financing facility will rehabilitate about 37.5 kilometers of the two-lane Ganja bypass road. The road is part of the country's primary east-west highway linking the capital, Baku, to the Georgian border.
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average daily vehicle-kilometers using roads built or upgraded in the first full year of operation
kilometers of road that have been built or upgraded
cross-border cargo volume facilitated
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