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PM Ciolos: Pitesti-Sibiu highway should be done by 2021

Romanian Prime Minister, Dacian Ciolos, has announced that the Pitesti-Sibiu highway will be finalized in 2021, if things go according to plan, Agerpres reads.

2016-12-05 10:04:44

"If things go as we have planned, until 2021 it should be ready [Pitesti-Sibiu highway]," said Ciolos. "Until the end of this year we will complete the feasibility studies for three of the five parts and we are launching auctions for the technical project (...) after which construction will follow. On the other two, more complex, parts we will finish the feasibility studies next year in May after which the auction for constructions will be launched."

He said that auctions will be launched for all priority projects mentioned in the Transport Master Plan, mentioning Targu Mures-Iasi highway, as well as Pitesti-Craiova highway. Asked of the Comarnic-Brasov highway, Ciolos explained that in this case "the auctioning of the contract phase was not completed because there were no contracting operators that would use the set price and take into account the complexity of the works."

"I don′t know if it will be done [Comarnic-Brasov Highway]. To be honest, I didn′t focus on this part. I focused on Sibiu-Pitesti and the completion of Lugoj-Deva, on what is going to be in Transylvania," Ciolos added.



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