A sovereign-guaranteed loan of up to EUR 70 million to the Republika Srpska Motorways (RSM). The loan will be used to finance the construction of a 6.1 km motorway section between Interchange Rudanka (Kostajnica) to Interchange Johovac (Tovira), plus around 1 km of a two lane road connection to the existing trunk road, including a crossing of the River Bosna. This would be the first 6 km out of total 46.6 km of Corridor Vc that needs to be constructed within Republika Srpska (RS) territory. This section is part of the international Corridor Vc and will be built to full motorway standards with dual carriageway.
Corridor Vc is part of the Western Balkans Core Network and has been established as an indicative extension of the Trans-European Transport Networks (TEN-T). Corridor Vc is the key motorway which connects BiH to EU markets in the north and the Port of Ploce on the Adriatic coast in Croatia in the south.
The Project will facilitate BiH’s internal and regional integration by improving its key transport infrastructure. The Project will assist the company to improve its sound business practices by obtaining certification from the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) and obtaining Quality Management System ISO 9001.
ESIA disclosure package
Environmental Impact Assessment: Serbian | English
EIA Serbian annexes: 1-2 | 3 | 4
Non technical summary: Serbian | English
Stakeholder Engagement Plan: Serbian | English
Land Acquisition and Livelihood Restoration Framework: Serbian | English
Biodiversity Screening: Serbian | English
Environmental and Social Action Plan: Serbian | English
Full ESIA availability
Full ESIA documentation is available locally at:
City of Doboj
74 000 Doboj
Tel: +387 53 242 022
15th Floor, Tower B Unitic Towers
Fra Andela Zvizdovica 1
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Environmental or social enquiries
Ms. Dobrila Majstorovic, Public Relations
Republika Srpska Motorways
Address: Vase Pelagica 10, 78000, Banja Luka
Tel: +387 51 233 670
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Last updated 25 June 2014