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MTI to organize another bid for Comarnic-Brasov section in 2011

Four highway sections along the Pan European Corridor IV will be put on bid in November, at the latest, the state secretary in the Ministry of Transport (MTI), Eusebiu Pistru, stated, yesterday, in a seminar on infrastructure, Agerpres reports. The four sections are Nadlac-Arad, Timi­soara-Lugoj, Lugoj-Deva and Orastie-Sibiu.


The cost of works on the Deva-Orastie section amounts to approximately EUR 160 M. The estimated value of works on the four sections of the Pan European Corridor amounts to about EUR 160-180 M, for the Nadlac-Arad section, approximately EUR 150 M, for Timisoara-Lugoj, approx. EUR 200 M for Lugoj-Deva and EUR 160 to 170 M for Orastie-Sibiu. The MTI official stated that the completion of the Pan European Corridor IV was a priority both for Romania and for the European Union.
The Arad highway ring road, 12 kilometre-long, is under construction, just as the Arad-Timisoara road, 30 km long.


On the other hand, the Comarnic-Brasov section will be put on bid again in 2011, in view of a concession contract, the state secretary also said.

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