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Grindeanu: Construction of Pitesti-Craiova road to start in 2018

The construction of the new road between Pitesti and Craiova cities will start at the beginning of the next year, said PM Sorin Grindeanu, according to Business Review.

2017-06-20 15:16:58 - From the Print Edition

After a visit at the Ford factory from Craiova, Grindeanu said that he discussed with the heads of the company about the infrastructure of the area.
"At the end of May, the documents for design plus the execution (…) will be finished, so that it will be launched for tender. This makes us optimistic about some due times. In the autumn of this year we'll have the winner of the tender and with all the building yard organization, the longest period will be at the beginning of the next year, to start the execution of the road between Pitesti and Craiova," said Grindeanu. According to the PM, this road is "extremely important" both for Ford and for other companies from Craiova, and for driving in general.



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