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CNADNR says 1.7 billion lei are needed for national road lowest viability conditions

The National Company of Motorways and National Roads of Romania (CNADNR) has approved the 2015 Action Plan, the estimated necessary funds able to ensure the lowest viability conditions of national roads being 1.7 billion lei.

2015-07-02 17:48:49

According to the document, only 30 per cent of the amount can come from company funds. The Action Plan was approved by the Administration Board of the company and the Shareholders General Assembly. According to the state budget law, the amount of money foreseen for the maintenance activity financed by current transfers from the state budget is 311.209 million lei to which company incomes of 203.148 million lei (30.25 per cent) is added.

In 2015 maintenance works should be carried out for at least 1,380 km , although the law stipulates that 3,000-3,500 km can be repaired every year. 63 bridges, viaducts and passages out of a total of 4,130 need emergency replacement by new structures in the next 5 years. That means investments of 48.7 million lei/year. 135 million lei/year are also needed for bridge maintenance works but only 18.31 per cent of total can be paid from the state budget.

According to the CNADNR document, the company administered in 2014, a network of national roads and highways of 16,360 km, of which 15,665 km national roads and 695 km highways. The national roads include 4,130 bridges 212,681 m long and 10 tunnels 1,967.4 m long.

Following the technical evaluation of the national road and highway network, 61 per cent have an expired service life and periodical maintenance and repair works must be carried out.

At the end of 2014, the road structure included - 93.26 per cent modernized roads, 5.21 per cent light roads, 1.40 per cent stone roads and 0.13 per cent dirt roads.



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