More than 2,500kms of key Moldovan roads have been assessed, problems have been diagnosed and affordable remedies identified. The findings are influencing the design of road projects shortly to be built and in preparation. The report identifies 20 types of improvement tailored site by site as top value-for-money priorities. For every Lei invested, 5 Lei would be returned to the economy. Priorities include pedestrian crossings at 760 sites; roadside barriers over 260km; 2,000km of shoulder treatment; 1,160km of road markings; 60km of central hatch markings to guide safe overtaking; 50 roundabouts; and 10km of clearance of roadside hazards.
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