Bangladesh: SASEC Dhaka-Northwest Corridor Road Project, Phase 2 - Tranche 1
The project will improve the road connectivity and efficiency of the Dhaka-Northwest international trade corridor, the second busiest artery in Bangladesh, after the Dhaka-Chittagong road. At the northwestern end of the corridor is the Burimari Land Port, which provides a gateway to Bhutan through India. Improving the transport infrastructure is expected to significantly increase trade in the land port.
22 Nov 2017
Elenga–Hatikumrul–Rangpur section of Dhaka-Northwest Corridor upgraded, including 190 km of road improved with climate resilient design, and gender-responsive infrastructure constructed
Road and Highway Department’s institutional capacity in road operation and management enhanced
70 km of road upgraded with stronger road safety and gender features, including flyovers, bridges for slow-moving vehicles, underpasses, and 30 km of footpath.
$250 million (Asian Development Bank)
$50 million (Asian Development Fund)
$171.4 million (Government of Bangladesh)
$242.52 million (Japan International Cooperation Agency)