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Albania seeks consultant for World Bank-funded road safety project

The Albanian Development Fund (ADF) said it is seeking a consultant to provide supervision services and road safety inspections under a World Bank-funded project for improving regional and local roads connectivity in the country. The expressions of interest must be delivered in writing by April 10, ADF said in a procurement notice on Tuesday. The objective of the assignment is to provide safety audit of road segments under implementation and design preparation within the highest safety standards. The consultant will also be entitled to supervise proposed intervention. The assignment is part of a project for improving regional and local roads connectivity in Albania. It is financed with the proceeds of a $50 million (44.1 million euro) loan from the World Bank. The project supports improved access to several agricultural and tourism centers in Albania, and strengthened capacities of municipalities to manage their road assets, according to information published on the World Bank’s website. The ADF is a public agency whose mission is to encourage a sustainable, balanced and cohesive socio-economic development at local and regional level. The ADF was established at the beginning of 1993, based on an agreement between the Albanian government and the World Bank. 

SOURCE: Seenews

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