India: West Bengal Corridor Development
The project aimed to promote subregional economic activities, reduce poverty, and facilitate trade by removing critical capacity constraints and improving transport efficiency. It aimed to develop transport infrastructure in the north-south corridor, and improve the policy environment for efficient delivery of transport infrastructure.
|Approval||11 Dec 2001|
|Total Cost||$133.60 million|
149.2 km of state highways rehabilitated and improved in two sections
81.7 km of rural access roads sleeved and improved in eight sections
$79.2 million (Asian Development Bank)
$54.4 million (Government of India)