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Project Profile (Updated: 9 February 2020)

Improvement of Chattogram-Cox’s Bazar Highway on PPP Basis
Project Information
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Project Name:
Improvement of Chattogram-Cox’s Bazar Highway on PPP Basis
Sector:
Transport
Department/Ministry:
Road Transport and Highway Division, Ministry of Road Transport and Bridges
Implementing Agency:
Roads and Highways Department
Location:
Chottogram & Cox’s Bazar
Background:

The Project road (136km) that is a part of Dhaka- Ctg- Teknaf road starts from 1.4Km south end of Shah Amanat Bridge and ends at Cox’s Bazar. The road is situated in the south-east of Bangladesh and forms a significant part of the NI national highway. The road is imperative from viewpoint of tourism as it connects the most popular tourist sites with the rest of the country. This road of stretch, which is a part of Asian Highway (AH-41), connects Cox’s Bazar, country’s busiest tourist destination and future “Energy Hub”. It passes through several markets and developed areas of Chattorgram and Cox’s Bazar districts. This proposed project would immensely contribute towards boosting of economic growth and facilitate regional connectivity with neighboring countries. The road is currently a two-lane road, which will be improved into a 4-lane road along with two service lanes on both sides of the improved 4 lane highway.

Objective:
  • To ensure better connectivity with South East part of Bangladesh.
  • To achieve economic growth target by providing a safe, reliable and access-controlled highway.
  • To improve quality of life of the people using this corridor.
  • To provide better comfort to the tourists and improvement of tourism industry in the reign
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Status:
Project Development Stage - Detailed Feasibility Study Ongoing
Contact:

Md. Anwar Hossain
Director (Admin)
Phone: +88 02 55007419
E-mail: anwar@pppo.gov.bd
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Phone: +88 02 55007421
(Last updated 9 February 2020; subject to further revision.)
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