Official title of the project

M25 Main Road Kladovo - Zajecar - Nis

Project information

Region / City
Cities
Kladovo, Zajecar, Nis
Total budget of programme / project

10400000

Implementation period
2007. Sep - 2008. Jul
Expected results

The overall objective of the project was to contribute to the local economic development of municipalities in Eastern Serbia through the rehabilitation of road infrastructure

Beneficiary

Eastern Serbia / PE “Roads of Serbia”

Partners

EU / PE “Roads of Serbia”

Summary of the project

Road Rehabilitation Project Eastern Serbia consists of two parts: I - The EAR financed rehabilitation of various sections of the M25 main road covering the following components: Preparation of the Final design documents for the 1. execution of the works on rehabilitation of public road of 1st category M25. 2. Execution of the works on rehabilitation of 30.2 km of public road of 1st category M25 on the following sections: 3. Supervision services on the rehabilitation of 30.2 km of public road of 1st category M25 through efficient and effective expertise resulting in the issue of a Take-over certificate and a Final Acceptance Certificate for the PE “Roads of Serbia” at the end of construction. II - The PE “Roads of Serbia” is financing rehabilitation of 54 km of various complementary sections on the regional roads network in the region (R 121, R 104, R 105, R 248, R 260, R 243 and R 244) and one main road M9.

Programme/Project objectives

The overall objective of the project was to contribute to the local economic development of municipalities in Eastern Serbia through the rehabilitation of road infrastructure.

  • Increasing the attractiveness of the region for investment;
  • Increasing levels of foreign trade activities based in region;
  • Increased roads safety;
  • Increased tourism related income in the region.

Specific objectives

  • Rehabilitation of 30 km of the most damaged sections on the public road of 1st category M25;
  • Rehabilitation of 54 km of public roads of 2nd category;
  • Regional development and improvement of traffic safety.