Rehabilitation of damage and other dangerous points
The main effects of the rehabilitation project are increased traffic flow and improved traffic safety.
Rehabilitation of damaged and other dangerous points primarily includes the rehabilitation of areas of mudslides, minor landslides, pavement cave-ins, damaged retaining and supporting walls and damaged culverts. In addition to increased traffic flow and traffic safety, these rehabilitations will prevent further damage that might be incurred due to the expansion of damaged sections over time.
Within the scope of rehabilitation, measures will be implemented on 55 sections of national roads.