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Inner-city Bypass Lomé

Description

The project included the expansion of the second (6.6 km) of four sections of the inner-city bypass (“Petit Contournement” (PC), total length 14.5 km) to a paved two-lane or four-lane road as well as the construction of a four-lane connecting road (“Bretelle”, 0.7 km) from the PC to the outer bypass (“Grand Contournement” (GC)). The PC is an important inner-city transit route. It runs past the international airport and also connects to the N1 and N34 national roads. In the project, construction measures (road subsurface, line laying, asphalting, lighting, signage, drainage, walkways) and consulting services were financed to support the executing agency (construction planning, award of contracts, construction supervision and acceptance of work). In addition, drainage channels were rehabilitated or new ones built in a small, lower-lying area near the PC.

Overall rating: 2

Is based on:

Relevance: 2
Effectiveness: 2
Efficiency: 2
Impact: 2
Sustainability: 3

Evaluation criteria & rating scale

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Country:Togo
Sector:Transport & Storage
Budget funds : 16.422.611,56 €
Total funds :16.422.611,56 €
Year of project completion:
2017

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