Infrastructures Routières: Rs 7,1 Milliards Déboursées sous le Road Decongestion Programme
16 April 2014 - Défi Media Group
Le gouvernement a dépensé Rs 7,1 milliards sous le Road Decongestion Programme. Au total, ce programme, visant à améliorer la fluidité de la circulation, coûtera Rs 30 milliards au pays.
The biggest expense so far concerns the Terre-Rouge/Verdun road. To this way of 16 km, it took pay Rs 2.8 billion. This, without taking into account the contract for supervision of works that engulfed Rs 95 million. Work on the road Verdun / Trianon, seven kilometers long, required expenditure of Rs 1.8 billion. His supervision, paid separately, cost Rs 30.3 million.
Then there was the famous first phase of Ring Road, one hundred meters collapsed. It took Rs 1.5 billion to build. Not to mention he had to pay Rs 36 million more to the company, who oversaw the work.
The government also had to submit a bill of Rs 270.3 million for work on the roundabout Caudan. The enlargement of the M1 St-Jean Sorèze highway cost 484 million. We are talking here of adding one or two lanes of road on 8.5 km.
The Ministry of Public Infrastructure and Road Development Authority also spent a lot of money for other items. Among, studies on soil composition (Rs 31.5 million), studies on land (8.6 million), studies on traffic (7.9 million), payments to the Central Electricity Board (Rs 26 million) and expenses incurred to pay the Environment Impact Assessment (21400000).
This information is contained in a document filed in the library of the National Assembly last week by the Ministry of Public Infrastructure.