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Nov 27, 2017 19:22 EEST
November 27 (SeeNews) - Albanian road authority ARRSH has unveiled two projects for the construction of a bypass road in the northwestern city of Shkodra that will aim to improve internal and regional road connectivity.
Shkodra’s bypass is part of the government’s initiatives to complete the country’s western transport corridor connecting the southern and northern parts of the country and improve regional interconnection with Montenegro under the South East Europe Transport Observatory (SEETO) objectives, ARRSH said in a presentation of the projects on Friday.
The first project envisages the construction of a 5 km motorway with two bridges and one tunnel. The estimated project cost is 15.1 billion leks ($132.8 million/111.2 million euro).
The second project also foresees the construction of two bridges but avoids the tunnel by adding 5 km to the length of the bypass. The cost of that version is 19 billion leks.
Albania is yet to decide on a funding model for the project.
The SEETO is a regional transport organization established by the memorandum of understanding signed on June 11, 2004 by the governments of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia, the UN mission in Kosovo and the European Commission.
The main objective of the SEETO is to promote cooperation on the development of the main and ancillary infrastructure on the multimodal indicative extension of Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) to the Western Balkans.
(1 euro = 130.975
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