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Mediterranean Road Construction Project (I) Morocco 2001


Titre : Mediterranean Road Construction Project (I) Morocco 2001

Pays : Maroc

Date : 2001

Résumé du projet
This project aims to develop a 120-km stretch of road between Tetouan and Jebha by upgrading and increasing the width of a 100-km segment of the existing road as well as by constructing a 20-kilometer new road to improve the curvature and reduce curves in the current 133-km route. This is one of the eight sections of "the Mediterranean Road Construction Plan" that aims to improve the existing 300-km road and construct a new 250-km road along the coast of the Mediterranean in the northern part of the country. The project will not just improve the road conditions between Tetouan and Jebha. Combined with the work on other sections of the road that is simultaneously underway with financing from domestic and other overseas sources, it will help build a major artery that traverses the northern part of Morocco. This will serve to invigorate the local economy, reduce regional disparities between urban and rural areas and improve living conditions for people in the region by providing greater access to social services.

Organisme d’exécution : Direction des Routes et de la Circulation Routière (DRCR).

Montant du prêt : Amount (million yen) 12,764

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

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