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    OVERVIEW OF EAP PROJECTS:


    Projects in EaP countries
    2016

    EAP Transport Projects, Prioritization Methodology

    Prioritization objectives eligibility criteria regional integration criteria technical criteria socio-economic criteria environmental criteria policy based criteria project maturity indicators prioritization processes.

    2014

    EaP countries, Logistics Processes and Motorways of the Sea, Master Plan

    The objective of the LOGMOS Master Plan is to provide a comprehensive vision of strategic directions, guiding TRACECA beneficiaries and EU stakeholders to enhance operational logistics and MoS dimensions of TRACECA. The Master Plan is also a comprehensive framework for action to streamline the agenda of external aid interventions in TRACECA.

    Project fiches: Armenia (Zvartnots, Airport) Azerbaijan (Alyat, Sea Port) Georgia (Tbilisi, ILC) Moldova (Marcelesti, ILC) Ukraine (Boryspil, ILC)

    2008

    Transport Dialogue and Interoperability between the EU and its neighboring countries and central Asian countries – priority projects, country fiches

    Armenia, Yerevan logistics centre Azerbaijan, Baku-Alyat-Beyuk Kesik railway rehabilitation Georgia, Poti-Baku Container block train Moldova, Slobozia bypass on Chisinau-Giurgiulesti road Ukraine, Ilyichevsk port multi-modal complex country fiches

     

    Armenia: active projects
    Ongoing

    Priority Transport Projects (Ministry of Transport, Communication and Information Technologies, Republic of Armenia)

    Road project. North-South Road Corridor M3 M4 ★ M6 M8

    2017

    Celebrating 25 Years of Partnership with the Republic of Armenia (World Bank)

    Some of WB major contributions to the country’s progress as it navigated its development path, including excerpts from stories published over the years about World Bank-supported projects in Armenia.

    2017-20

    M6 Vanadzor - Alaverdi - Georgian border - road rehabilitation and improvement

    Road project. Rehabilitation and improvement of the interstate road. Eastern Partnership Priority Projects; TRACECA IDEA II; EIB investment.

    2016-17

    M4 Yerevan - Sevan - Ijevan - Azerbaijan Border

    Road project. The proposed highway starts from Yerevan, passes through Dilijan and Ijevan and is adjacent to the highway leading to Bagratashen checkpoint, which corresponds to the M-4 Yerevan - Sevan-Ijevan-Azerbaijan border road. Estimated cost of rehabilitation of the highway is 105.0 million EUR. Last rehabilitated in 2001-2002.

    2015-

    M3 Turkish border – Margara-Vanadzor – Georgian Border

    Road project. The highway starts at the "North-South" highway - from bypass area of Ashtarak, passes through Aparan, Spitak, Stepanavan, Tashir and ends before reaching the checkpoint of Gogavan. The total length of sections proposed for rehabilitation is 131.2 km. Estimated cost of reconstruction of the highway is 105.0 million EUR.

    2015-

    Northern Corridor modernization project. Upgrade of Bagratashen, Bavra and Gogavan border crossing points

    Road project. The project focuses on three Border Control Points (BCPs) along the Armenian border with Georgia: Bagratashen, Bavra and Gogavan.

    2013-19

    Lifeline Road Network Improvement Project

    Road project. The project aims to rehabilitate about 360 km of lifeline roads. The roads included in the project are roads in poor to very poor condition in need of rehabilitation. Much of the deterioration is related to environmental factors, exacerbated by poor drainage design and maintenance practice.

    2011-

    International Logistics Centre (ILC) at Zvarnots international airport

    Intermodal project The Zvartnots International Airport site of 36 ha is located about 12 km to the south-west of Yerevan city center, adjacent to the Airport (about 300 m). The nearest city road is 1.5 km away and the direct distance to the main railway line is approximately 1.3 km, providing opportunities for easy connections to the site.

    Project fiche (TRACEA)

    2010-20

    North-South Road Corridor Investment Project, section in the northern part of the corridor Yerevan to Bavra

    Road project aimed at reconstruction of the 2nd-3d category carriageway with a speed limit of 30-90 km/hour that runs 560 km from the Armenian border with Georgia at Bavra to the border with Iran at Agarak and upgrading it to 470 km-long 1st category high-speed carriageway. Estimated cost of construction works of the North-South Road Corridor Investment Program is about USD 2-3 billion. More information

    2010-20

    North-South Road Corridor Investment Project, section in the southern part of the corridor

    Road project. North-South Road Corridor crosses the territory of Armenia from the South to the North including Agarak-Kapan-Yerevan-Gyumri-Bavra highways and road infrastructures and is linked to the Georgian road network leading to Poti and Batumi ports. The whole Corridor runs 556 km from the border with Georgia at Bavra via Gyumri, Talin, Ashtarak, Yerevan, Goris, and Kapan, to the border with Iran at Meghri. More information

     

    Armenia: pipeline projects
    plans

    M8 Vanadzor - Dilijan road improvement

    Road project. Highway is part of a transit destination West from East, connecting the above 1st and 2nd highways as well as Dilijan and Vanadzor. The cover is in very poor condition, there are many holes, residues, insufficient visibility curves, stone fragments, a large number of security elements are missing. Last time it was renovated in 2003. The initial cost of rehabilitation of the highway is 25.2 million Euro.

    plans

    Improvement of the M16 M4-Voskepar - Noyemberyan - M6 road

    Road project.

     

    Armenia: closed projects
    2016

    M6 Vanadzor – Alaverdi – Georgian Border Interstate Road

    Road project. M-6 Vanadzor – Alaverdi – Georgian Border Interstate Road concerns the rehabilitation and improvement of M6 road in north eastern Armenia between Vanadzor and the entrance to custom area of Bagratashen in total of 90 km length. The project is financed by the European Investment Bank and the Asian Development Bank jointly. More information

    2003

    M8 Vanadzor - Dilijan road

    Road project. Highway is part of a transit destination West from East, connecting the above 1st and 2nd highways as well as Dilijan and Vanadzor.

    2001-02

    M4 Yerevan - Sevan - Ijevan - Azerbaijan Border

    Road project. Rehabilitated in 2001-2002

    1996-98

    M3 Turkish border – Margara - Vanadzor – Georgian Border

    Road Project. Rehabilitated in 1996-1998

     

    Azerbaijan: active projects

    2017

    Celebrating 25 Years of Partnership with the Republic of Azerbaijan (World Bank)

    Some of WB major contributions to the country’s progress as it navigated its development path, including excerpts from stories published over the years about World Bank-supported projects in Azerbaijan.

    2013-

    Construction of the International Transport Logistics Centre (ILC) in the New Baku

    Intermodal project. New construction. The ILC on a 50ha land plot at the New Baku International Sea Trade Port at Alyat
    is a greenfield site and located about 70 km to the south of Baku, on the Caspian Sea, where TRACECA and North-South corridor cross each other
    .

    2013-

    Improving existing trans-Caspian shipping links Baku Aktau

    Maritime project. The existing maritime link connects two important transport nodes on Caspian Sea ports of Baku and Aktau, but also serves as a segment for TRACECA corridor connecting Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia and CAREC 2b corridor providing the access for the landlocked Central Asian countries to Caspian Sea and Caucasians countries.

    2013-

    Improving existing trans-Caspian shipping links Baku Turkmenbashi

    Maritime project. The existing maritime link connects two important transport nodes on Caspian Sea ports of Baku and Turkmenbashi, but also serves as a segment for TRACECA corridor connecting Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia and CAREC 2b corridor providing the access for the landlocked Central Asian countries to Caspian Sea and Caucasians countries.

    2012-

    Container block train Poti-Tbilisi-Baku

    Rail project. Project focuses on the existing connection between the Poti sea port (Black Sea) and Baku sea port (Caspian Sea hub at Alyat) via TRACECA Central Axis. Geographical extension towards Central Asia-Silk Wind Block Train Project.

    2011-

    Road reconstruction and upgrading

    Road project. Road upgrading. M2/E60 highway is part of the TRACECA corridor and a key international trade route for Azerbaijan.  This highway is part of the Government’s priority program to upgrade the national road network to support the economic growth of the regions outside Baku and increase international trade, connectivity and integration into the global economy.

    2010-19

    Highway III Road Project

    Road project. Project finances the upgrading of the M4 Baku-Shamakhi road to a four-lane motorway as well as the upgrading of the Yenikend-Shorsulu section of the M3 highway.

    2008-17

    Upgrade of railway on the East - West corridor

    Rail project. Upgrade focuses on the railway infrastructure between Baku and Boyuk-Kasik, which is part of the Baku - Tbilisi - Kars railway. More information

     

    Azerbaijan: pipeline projects

    plans

    North-South International Transport Corridor

    Rail project. Iran and neighboring Azerbaijan agreed to work towards completing their portion of a planned freight railway route from Europe to South Asia.

     

    Azerbaijan: closed projects

    2006-15

    Highway 2
    Road Project.
    The main project development objective is to reduce road transport costs and improve access, transit and road safety within Azerbaijan's East-West and North-South corridors, through upgrading some sections of the Alat-Masalli road of the Baku-Iran highway (M3) and rehabilitating the Baku-Shamakhi road (M4).

     

    Belarus: active projects

    2013

    Construction of a bridge across the river Zapadny Bug (Western Bug) at the road checkpoint Domachevo (Slovatichi)

    Road Project - The project is concerned with the reconstruction or upgrading of a road bridge located at the border crossing point Domachevo - Slovatichi between Belarus and Poland.

    2013

    Improvements of express passenger service between Vilnius and Minsk

    Rail project. Electrification of rail track on a section of 77 km from Lithuanian border to Maladzechno in Belarus.

    2013

    Inland Waterways, Feasibility study on the development of the water transport connection Dniepr-Visla-Oder (E40)

    Inland Waterways Project - The proposed intervention covers the Belarusian section of the E40 waterway.

    2013

    Upgrade of road between Minsk and Vilnus

    Road project. The project is located on E28 (Vilnius - Minsk) of the Trans-European Road Network.

     

    Belarus: pipeline projects

    plans

    Modernization of the road M-10

    Road project. Modernization of the road M-10 (Russian border — Gomel — Kobrin) with a length of 85 km from Rechitsa to Kalinkovichi. Preliminary cost of the project is estimated at 212 million euros.

     

    Belarus: closed projects

    2013

    Reconstruction of border crossing point "Kamenny Log"

    Road project. The main objective of the project is facilitation of border crossing along the Trans-European Transport connection between the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Lithuania.

     

    Georgia: active projects

    2017

    Celebrating 25 Years of Partnership with the Republic of Georgia (World Bank)

    Some of WB major contributions to the country’s progress as it navigated its development path, including excerpts from stories published over the years about World Bank-supported projects in Georgia.

    2017-

    Secondary Road Improvement Project
    Road project. The project road is a 50.404-km west to east secondary road, starting from E60 in Dzirula and ending at E60 junction at Chumateleti. Most of the project road is within Imereti Region with a few kilometers within Shida Kartli Region, through a gorge with mountain ranges with on both the northern and southern part.

    2017-19

    Batumi Bypass
    Road project. Project of regional significance, would improve connections with Turkish and possibly of interest for NIF.

    More information.

    2016-30

    Anaklia New Deep Water Black Sea Port

    Maritime project. New construction. Port will be constructed in Anaklia, Samegreo-Zemo Saneti Region, Western Georgia. The location, a few miles south of the existing town was selected because it there is a deep water approach channel that comes close to the shore in this location.

    2016-20

    Construction of the new road Batumi bypass-Sarpi (border of Turkey)

    Road project. Project of regional significance, would improve connections with Turkish and possibly of interest for NIF.

    2016-20

    East-West Highway (E60 Tbilisi-Senaki-Leselidze): Section Zemo Osiauri - Chumateleti

    Road project. The East-West Highway is the main corridor for transit through Georgia and is located on Transport Corridor Europe, Caucasus, Asia (TRACECA).

    2016-20

    Rehabilitation of Grigoleti-Choloqi  Grigoleti-Poti road

    Road project. Project of regional significance, included in the national transport master plan/strategy. Length: 35 km. Number of lanes: 2-4 lanes. The total estimated cost of the project is 180 mln USD.

    2016-20

    Rustavi - Sadakhlo Expressway

    Road project. Project of regional significance, included in the national transport master plan/strategy.

    Length: 30 km. Number of lanes: 2-4 lanes. The total estimated cost of the project is 70 mln USD.

    2016-20

    Tbilisi Bypass

    Road project. Project of regional significance. The new road will relieve the city from transit traffic and is important for transit transporters as well as residents of Tbilisi.

    2016-17

    Feasibility study on the creation of Logistics Centres

    Intermodal project. Government of Georgia, intends to carry out a feasibility study for the creation of logistics centers.
    Feasibility study will include market and gap analysis of logistics centers services, demand analysis and forecasts, identification of potential sites and their comparative analysis, preparation of detailed technical, economic and financial evaluations and environment and social impact assessment.

    2016-17

    Tbilisi-Rustavi Urban Road (Tranche 2 and 3)

    Road project. Tbilisi-Rustavi Road entails a four-lane urban link between Tbilisi (population: 1.2 million) and the city of Rustavi (population: 117,000.00). This road is also part of the East-West Highway connecting Azerbaijan with the Black Sea.

    2013-

    International Logistics Centre (ILC) at TAM/Veli site in Tbilisi

    Intermodal project. The main objective of the planned Logistics Centre is to provide integrated logistics services, develop a logistics hub to cover the industrial centre and catchment area of Tbilisi, and create a railway container hub for the South-Caucasus region.

    2013-

    Modernization of Tbilisi - Marneuli road section

    Road project. This project of regional significance would improve connections with Armenia. The estimated project cost is 80 mln EUR and the implementation is planned for 2018-2020. A pre-feasibility study has been carried out for this 27 km road project.

    2013-20

    East-West Highway (E60 Tbilisi-Senaki-Leselidze): Section Chumateleti - Argveta

    Road project. The East-West Highway is the main corridor for transit through Georgia and is located on Transport Corridor Europe, Caucasus, Asia (TRACECA).

    2013-20

    Iliychevsk - Samsun - Poti maritime-based Service

    Maritime project. Soft measure. The maritime link Samsun-Iliychevsk-Poti (Motorways of the Sea Link) shall connect 3 sea ports of Turkey, Ukraine and Georgia. TRACECA and other international routes pass through these sea ports. 

    2013-20

    Rustavi-Red Bridge Highway

    Road project. This project is located on one of the major trunk roads running from Tbilisi through Rustavi before reaching the border with Azerbaijan near Red Bridge (Kvemo Kartli).

    2012-

    Container block train Poti-Tbilisi-Baku

    Rail project. Project focuses on the existing connection between the Poti sea port (Black Sea) and Baku sea port (Caspian Sea hub at Alyat) via TRACECA Central Axis. Geographical extension towards Central Asia-Silk Wind Block Train Project.

    2011-19

    Modernization of Georgian Railway (Tbilisi-Batumi): Zestaphoni-Khashuri section

    Rail project. New construction. The project has strong commitment at national level. Zestapfoni-Khashuri section is 40 km long. Number of bridges: 9. Number of tunnels: 6.

    2010-

    Georgia, East-West Highway Section Samtredia-Grigoleti

    Road project. The East-West Highway is the main corridor for transit through Georgia and is located on Transport Corridor Europe, Caucasus, Asia (TRACECA).

    2009-17

    Kobuleti Bypass Road (Road Corridor Investment Program Projects 1 and 3, Loan 2560-GEO)

    Road project. The Kobuleti Bypass section is part of the so-called Adjara Bypass Project along the E-70 Poti -Batumi - Sarpi  road located  the  western Black  Sea  coast of  Georgia.  The project  road  also forms part  of  the main  road  corridor East-West  Highway  between Azerbaijan  and  Georgia. Its connection  with  the Black  Sea  ports of  Batumi  and Poti  and  the tourist  beaches  in Kobuleti makes this road an important trade and tourism road for Georgia.

    2008-17

    Baku-Tbilisi-Kars new railway line

    Rail project. Baku-Tbilisi-Kars Railway is a new corridor that will connect Azerbaijan, Georgian and Turkish railways and will open a window onto Europe.

     

    Georgia: pipeline projects

    plans

    East West Highway Corridor Improvement Project Additional Financing

    Road project. Project development objectives are to: reduce road user costs along the East-West Highway Corridor section

    upgraded under the project; and (ii) strengthen the capacity of the Roads Department and the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development to respectively manage the road network and provide an enabling environment to improve logistics services. Approved by The World Bank in 2017.

    plans

    Secondary Road Improvement Project

    Road project. The proposed secondary road improvement project will rehabilitate a road which extends for about 50 kilometers from Dzirula to Chumateleti via Kharagauli in Central Georgia to two-lane all-weather standard, including several short access roads to the nearby national park and to Kharagauli and other railway stations. Approved by ADB in 2017.

     

    Georgia: closed projects

    2012

    Third East West Highway Improvement Additional Financing

    Road project. The development objectives are to contribute to the gradual reduction of road transport costs and to improve access, ease of transit, and road safety along the central part of Georgia's East-West corridor; (ii) to strengthen the capacity of the roads department and relevant government entities to plan and manage the road network and to improve road safety.

     

    Moldova: active projects

    2012

    Road project, R33 Hincesti - Lapusna - M1

    Road project. The R33 is located in Hîncesti District in the central west of Moldova. Rehabilitation mainly consist of pavement rehabilitation of 37.2 km of road including milling and applying a structural overlay.

     

    Moldova: pipeline projects

    plans

    Freight diesel locomotives acquisition and depot modernization

    Rail project. Improvement of the railway infrastructure and modernization of the rolling stock in order to enable CFM to enhance efficiency and safety of railway services and to improve the overall performance of its railway operations. EBRD project.

     

    Moldova: closed projects

    2007

    Road Sector Program Support Project
    Road project. The objective of the Road Sector Program Support Project is to reduce road transport costs for road users in Moldova by improving the condition and quality of its road network and the way it is managed. World Bank project.

     

    Ukraine: active projects

    2012

    Reconstruction of Krakovets-Lviv-Brody-Rivne road

    Road project. The project envisages the construction under PPP concession of a new tolled road parallel to the existing one and designed to bypass the existing settlements (Nakonechne, Nakonechne, Yavoriv, Ivano-Frankove and Lviv (the northern by-pass).

     

    Ukraine: pipeline projects

    plans

    Investment in tram-train system in Kiev

    Rail project. Urban transport upgrade. New tram-train system, new trams and metros. Approved in November 2016.

     

    Ukraine: closed projects

    2009

    Roads and Safety Improvement
    Road project. The development objective of the Roads and Safety Improvement Project for Ukraine is to improve the condition and quality of sections along M-03 highway, and increase road safety throughout Ukraine.World Bank project. Total cost USD 5 million.

     

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