motorways

Motorways

Motorway development serves a significant role in the economic growth of a nation. It reduces unit transport rates and stimulates regional development. In the urban situation, it provides arterial routes with the potential for significant additional capacity and shorter journey times.

Over the past 21 years, KEI has built up extensive experience in planning, designing and implementing motorway projects in Asia.

With its notable contribution to the nation’s development, a 4,300 km nationwide motorway network project in Thailand has proved to be a concept with strategic long-term vision. Meanwhile, the bustling but congested urban region in Luzon, Philippines, has become a venue for KEI to conduct master planning for its expressway system. The recently opened Subic-Clark-Tarlac expressway has linked important economic zones in the area. The 4-lane PCCP divided expressway, with a total length of 94 kilometers, includes 13 interchanges, 33 bridges and toll facilities that allow for smooth travel to the Subic and Clark economic zones.

The firm has also enabled a massive expressway extension project at Manila Bay’s busy southern coastal area. With a mission to decongest a chronic traffic problem, a dual two-lane expressway, two interchanges, overpass structures, six bridges and a state-of-the-art tollway system were simultaneously installed in a span of two months. KEI provided for the review, validation and documentation of all its design and contract requirements.

KEI is also helping China achieve its targets for development of a national expressway network through feasibility studies and construction supervision of various projects including: the 300km Shanghai-Nanjing expressway, the Wangxian-Liangping expressway, the new access controlled multilane expressway in Chonggiong municipality and the Heilonjiang Heihe – Bei’an highway which comprises a segment of National Highway 202.

The demand for a transport development plan for the greater Cairo Region had become critical due to the fast growing population, worsening traffic congestion, and deterioration of air quality. KEI worked with the government to formulate an expressway plan that would provide additional capacity and integrate with future land use planning.

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