Pakistan approves two motorway concessions

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The Public Private Partnership Authority (P3A) Board in Pakistan has approved the project proposals for Sukkur-Hyderabad Motorway (M6) and Kharian-Rawalpindi Motorway (KRM). 

National Highway Authority has selected a consortium of Techno-CMC-ACC as the preferred bidder for the M6 concession. The proposal from the consortium is approved for the concession, which requires viability gap funding of PKR9.5 billion (US$54 million). M6 motorway involves the development of 306 km long green-field 6-lane between Sukkur and Hyderabad in Sindh province. The estimated investment value of the project is PKR307 billion (US$1.74 billion). 

KRM highway involves the development of 6 lane motorway connecting Kharian and Rawalpindi in Punjab province. The selected private partner will be responsible for earthworks, pavement works, structural works, drainage & erosion protection works, ancillary works, electromechanical works, landscaping/greening works, rest and services areas, Intelligent Transportation Systems, etc. 

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