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Ukravtodor, the stated road agency of Ukraine, has launched a tender process to develop the Lviv-Krakovets road public private partnership (PPP) project.
The project, which will will connect Ukraine with Poland's existing highway infrastructure, will involve the construction and operation of a 84.4 km toll road between Lviv, Ukraine's seventh largest city and the Krakovets on the border with Poland.
The road is designed to bypass the population centers of the northern part of area, it will run in parallel with the existing M10 highway. The project will include a intersection with highways M09 in the north and M06 to the east of Lviv. It is s designed to bypass the population centers of the northern part of area.
This project will be the first road concession in the country. It will serve as a pilot project, if successful, it shall be used as a model for similar road projects in the future, including two potential future toll road concessions, which Ukravtodor has already identified.
Interested parties must submit their proposals on or before 24 July 2015. The shortlist is scheduled to be published on 7 September and the preferred bidder is expected to be announced by January 2016.
See tender documents (Ukrainian):
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