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ROAD REHABILITATION WORKS OF THE DILI-AINARO ROAD (PHASE II & III)

Timor Leste: PREPARATION OF DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF ROAD REHABILITATION WORKS OF THE DILI-AINARO ROAD (PHASE II & III)

The World Bank-financed project (the Timor Leste Road Climate Resilience Project – TLRCRP) will support the ADB and JICA investments from the core network development program by investing in the 110 km north-south corridor: Dili – Ainaro. This corridor serves as a key cross country link between the north and the south of the country and connects three districts—Dili, Aileu and Ainaro—which jointly account for about 32 percent of country’s population.
The objective of the project is to reduce the impact of the high volume and intensity of rainfall on the road corridor south from Dili to Ainaro. The physical works will include: (i) construction or reinforcement of slope stabilization structures; (ii) improvement of drainage structures to meet forecasted rainfall volumes and intensities; and, (iii) pavement reconstruction with selective widening
The Dili-Ainaro corridor works will be done in the following phases:

• Phase I: Urgent Road Infrastructure Repairs. The objective of this phase is to repair severely damaged road and drainage structures along the entire Dili-Ainaro corridor to prevent the failure or further rapid deterioration of the asset.

• Phase II: Road Improvements. This will rehabilitate/reconstruct an initial section of about 15-20km section of the Dili-Ainaro road (Lot 1), with accompanying improvements to drainage and other environmental protection, including routine maintenance of the entire road (110km) during the 2-year defects liability period.

• Phase III: Road Improvements. This will rehabilitate /reconstruct the remaining length of the Dili –Ainaro road in four lots (Lots 2, 3, 4, and 5) of about 20-25km each.

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