Improving the East-West Road Corridor is a priority for Tajikistan, enabling the country to serve as an important transit route in the Central Asian region. The remaining phase of the Corridor aims to construct a 75 km alternative alignment (the “Project road”) for the existing M41 highway connecting the northeast region of Tajikistan and the Kyrgyz Republic between Obigarm and Nurobod, which will be inundated by the reservoir of the Rogun Hydropower Project (HPP). The Project road will be financed by the Government of Tajikistan with support from the Asian Development Bank (ADB), European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).
The project road is divided into three sections: (1) the Obigarm- Tagikamar section is about 30 km long and includes 2 tunnels of 1.6 km and 1.7 km and local access roads of circa 30 km (Section 1); (ii) the Tagikamar-Nurobod is about 44 km long and includes 1 tunnel of 2.6 km, 1 long temporary bridge and local access roads of circa 40 km (Section 2); and (iii) section 3 includes a long permanent bridge that is about 760 m long and its approaches. These sections correspond to three contract packages that will be procured separately.
EBRD will finance section 2. Projects Implementation Unit for Roads Rehabilitation (PIURR) under MoT will implement the Project.
The project will support increasing efficiency of the Regulator and road financing (“Well-Governed”) and Economic Inclusion (“Inclusive”).
ESIA disclosure package
1. Environmental Impact Assessment (Russian and English)
2. Social and Gender Impact Assessment (Russian and English)
3. Non-technical summary (Tajik, Russian and English)
4. Stakeholder Engagement Plan (Tajik, Russian and English)
5. Land Acquisition and Resettlement Plan (Russian and English)
6. Environmental and Social Action Plan (Russian and English)
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Full ESIA availability
Full ESIA documentation is available locally at:
1. Jamoat Obi-Garm ( Ms. Shirinzoda Salima, Chairman of Obi-Garm Jammoat; tel: +922 93 4475860)
2. Jamoat Khakimi (Mr. Roziqov Mirzokhalil, Chairman of Khakimi Jamoat ; tel: +992 900029610)
3. Jamoat Mudjikharf (Mr. Roziev Zinatullo, Chairman of Mudjikharf Jamoat; tel: +992 985515257)
4. Nurobod city (Mr. Bobiev Qumiddin, Chairman of Darband Jamoat; tel: +992 918855438)
EBRD Resident Office in Tajikistan, 34 Rudaki avenue, TCell building 12th floor, 734025, Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Tel: +992 48 7011325
Environmental or social enquiries
Mr. Eraj Mirzoev, Deputy Executive Director,
Project Implementation Unit for Roads Rehabilitation
Ministry of Transport Client
14 Ayni Street, 4th floor, Dushanbe;
tel. (992 37) 222 20 79
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Last updated 25 June 2014