"Polinde" Consulting Engineers;
The project is being implemented under the World Bank funded project “Georgia East West Highway Corridor Development Project: Private Sector Participation and Long-Term Financial Sustainability Options” and is focused on assessing traffic demand in Georgia.
In order to reach its goal, PMCG, together with Analysis and Consulting Team (ACT) is carrying out the following activities:
- Origin and destination surveys, roadside interviews
- Manual classified counts at the same locations, simultaneously with the origin and destination Surveys
- Stated preference surveys
With a total length of approximately 440 km, Georgia’s East-West Highway is the main channel for long-distance road traffic in Georgia and is being used by vehicles from Azerbaijan and Armenia to access the Black Sea ports, Turkey and beyond. The highway is also part of the Pan-European corridor linking the EU with Central Asia and is part of the Transport Corridor Europe-Caucasus-Asia (TRACECA) program.
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