Meghalaya: World Bank approves 120-mn to improve state’s transport sector

The Government of India, Meghalaya government and the World Bank today signed a 120 million dollar project to improve and modernise the transport sector of Meghalaya. The project will improve about 300 kilometres of strategic road segments and standalone bridges by using innovative, climate resilient, and nature-based solutions. It will also support innovative solutions such as precast bridges to reduce both time and cost
of construction.

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