CNADNR estimates 93 NEW Km of highway in 2014 and 195 Km in 2015

Newsroom 20/03/2014 | 16:21

Romania’s road authority CNADNR said it wants to build 93.1 kilometers of highway in 2014, based on a budget of 2.65 billion lei (EUR 0.58 billion), lower by RON 1.1 billion than in 2013.

In 2013, CNADNR benefited from a budget of RON 3.76 billion and inaugurated 116 kilometers of highway:

Simeria – Orastie – 18 km;

Orastie –  Sibiu – 60.5 km;

Lugoj – Deva – 27.4 km.

The total highway network right now sums up 650 kilometers.

For 2014, the Road Authority is planning on opening up lots 1 and 2 of the Nadlac – Arad highway (22.2 km, 16.6 km respectively), lot 2 of Timisoara – Lugoj (25.6 km), lot 3 of Orastie – Sibiu (22.1 km) and a 6.5 km segment for Bucuresti – Ploiesti.

For next year, CNADNR is expecting to deliver lots 2, 3 and 4 of Lugoj – Deva (28.6 km, 21.1 km and 22.1 km), the four remaining lots of Sebes – Turda (70 km) and lots 1,2 and 3 from Campia Turzii – Ogra – Targu Mures (totaling 53 km).

2014 projects in order of financing:

Timisoara – Lugoj (RON 251,7 million);

Brasov – Cluj – Bors (RON 256,5 million);

Orăstie – sibiu (RON 285,6 million);

Sebes – Turda (RON 290,8 million);

Lugoj – Deva (RON 333,7 million);

Nadlac – Arad (RON 359,9 million);

Bucuresti – Brasov (RON 429 million lei).

2015 projects in order of financing:

Nădlac – Arad (RON 240,3 million);

Orăstie – Sibiu (RON 281,9 million lei);

Bucuresti – Brasov (RON 330,9 million lei);

Brasov – Cluj – Bors (RON 379,9 million lei);

Timisoara – Lugoj (RON 477,2 million lei);

Sebes – Turda (RON 878,9 million lei);.

Lugoj – Deva (RON 951 million lei)

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