The Centre for EU Transport Projects will support the road administration in Albania
The Centre for EU Transport Projects together with the Ministry of Investment and Development, the General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways and the Public Procurement Office submitted the winning bid in the call for projects announced by the European Commission under the twinning programme.
The project aims to strengthen the potential of the road administration in Albania. The offer presented to the Albanians was prepared on the basis of many years of expertise and experience of Polish institutions in the preparation and implementation of infrastructure investments, including those financed by the European Union (EU).
The main beneficiary of the project is the Albanian Roads Authority (ARA), the equivalent of the Polish General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways (GDDKiA). The main objective of the project is to strengthen ARA’s capacity to plan and manage investments as well as to maintain the Albanian national road network in a sustainable and efficient way and in accordance with EU standards and best practices. The budget for the project is EUR 1 300 000,00. The project will start in autumn 2019 and continue for 2 years.
The expected results concern both helping to bring existing legislation and relevant public procurement procedures into line with EU standards and improving road safety. The project will also include measures to improve the functioning of ARA by strengthening governance in line with fiscal policy.
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