Bhutan: South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation Road Connectivity Project
The project will promote regional connectivity with neighboring countries through investment in road construction and land ports with custom stations, facilitating cross border trade. The project will also expand Bhutan's national road network, providing access to remote areas in the eastern part of Bhutan, near the Indian border. This will open up access to better economic opportunities and social services.
5 Sep 2014
68.3 kilometers of road along the Southern East-West Highway; 1.2 km of access road from border crossing point near Pasakha; and approximately 2.7 km of bypass road around Phuentsholing City;
Mini-dry port in Phuentsholing and Alay land custom station;
Draft engineering designs for Alay land custom station, and Phuentsholing City bypass road.
$18.65 million (Royal Government of Bhutan)
$18.96 million (Asian Development Fund)
$31.39 million (Asian Development Fund)
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