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Nigeria - First Multistate Roads Project (Inglês)

The main objective of the project is to support a sustainable improvement program for high priority roads by: (a) creating a capacity for planning and management of the state roads system, including strengthening of the State Ministry of Works and Transport (SMOWT) and (b) developing a road maintenance, upgrading and rehabilitation program, and increasing the use of private contractors. The project will be a first phase of a national state roads program that could eventually cover most Nigerian states. It will be executed in two states, Jigawa and Kano, and will include: (1) road maintenance, rehabilitation and strengthening to reduce the backlog of rehabilitation and strengthening works on priority state roads; (2) road upgrading of selected high priority, high volume unsurfaced roads to appropriate design standards; (3) vehicles and equipment to strengthen institutional capacity to design and supervise the project work; and (4) institutional development to establish appropriate arrangements within the SMOWTs for planning, design, construction and maintenance, including the replacement of force account operations by private contracting for carrying out road maintenance and rehabilitation.


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    Nigeria - First Multistate Roads Project

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