Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Additional Financing Quito Metro Line One Project

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Banja Luka Water - Phase 1

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

building construction for 'national tax service bukdaejeon district office'

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Central asia regional economic cooperation corridors 1 and 6

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Central asia regional economic cooperation corridors 2, 3, and 5

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

China: GEF Efficient and Green Freight Transport Project

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Cholpon-Ata Water Sub-Project

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Civil construction works of switching station

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Completion of Balance works in Ennore Expressway

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Concrete Poles

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  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Construction and Development of 4/6 lane divided carriageway for THDCIL bypass

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Construction Management Building Construction Rectorate Building, Mahad Al Jamiah Building, Administration And Boarding, Multipurpose Building Iain Lhouksumawe.

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Construction Management Market Development Legi District. Ponorogo.

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Construction of 04 nos conduit/water pass.construction work, site preparation work, building demolition and wrecking work and earthmoving work, test drilling and boring work, works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work, building construction work

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Construction of 2-lane RCC Box Culvert at Km.638.930

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Construction of building and related works for Atal Bihari Vajpayee Centre of Excellence in Information Technology, Communication and Outsourcing

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Construction of Eight Lane access controlled Expressway

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Construction of Elevated Viaduct

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Construction of Foundations, Substructure and Superstructure alongwith River Training/Protection Work, Earthwork and Allied works for 05 Important Railway Bridges over Donal Khad, Dabatwali khad, Balaknath Khad, Dharot I Nala and Dharot II Nala

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

Construction of Porta Cabin

  • News Desk
  • RS.230 USD Million

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Quito Metro Line One Project is to improve urban mobility in the city of Quito, serving the growing demand for public transport. The project will reduce travel time, decrease operational costs of the transport service, improve connectivity, security and comfort of the current system, and reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases. This additional financing (AF) seeks to: (a) partially cover a financing gap; and (b) scale up the project’s Technical Assistance (TA) component. The AF will cover part of the US$632 million financing gap.

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