2016-21 - Moldova, M3 Chisinau-Giurgiulesti motorway (Comrat)

     

    2016-21 - Moldova, M3 Chisinau-Giurgiulesti motorway (Comrat)

    Road project. New construction. The project is located on M3 national, an important connection with Romania and Ukraine. The Moldovan M3 road provides the most important and shortest link between Chisinau and Giurgiulesti and provides access to the Danube and Black Sea. In addition, the M3 corridor is an integral part of the European Road E584 Poltava-Kirovograd-Chisinau-Giurgiulesti-Galati-Slobozia. It provides a link between PanEuropean corridors IV and IX. Currently, the corridor has, in parts, a high level of deterioration and reduced bearing capacity, resulting in axle load restrictions, the diversion of freight traffic, high transportation costs and subsequently reduced local business opportunities and transit traffic. 

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    Demand estimation from IDEA II-EaP transport model year 2030
    • Freight: 13.000 tonnes/day
    • Passengers: 2.000 cars/day
    Technical description
    The project is one of the components of a more comprehensive rehabilitation project "Moldova Roads III"
    • Length of new road: 17.9 km
    • Number of lanes: 2
    • Estimated travel speed: 80 km/h
    • Travel time: 18 min
    Applicant/promoter/sponsor
    Ministry of Transport and Road Infrastructure
    Investment amount
    Total estimated project cost is 21 mln Euro
    Implementation schedule
    The implementation is planned for 2016-2021
    Status
    Feasibility study has been carried out. The detailed design is completed. Tender procedures in 2015
    Expected impacts on transport, environment, social, other

    Construction of the road will:

    • facilitate trade, transport, industry and tourism development
    • strengthen access to agricultural markets
    • securing transportation connections between the country's center and its southern regions

    • stimulate local economies

    Source of Funding
    The project is planned to be supported through the new Programme amounting to EUR 150 mln  for the rehabilitation and upgrading of road sections financed by EIB.
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