World Bank Scales Up Support to Sri Lankan Road Project

Sri Lanka will receive another $100 million in World Bank funding for its national road project.

The additional financing will benefit the Sri Lanka Road Sector Assistance Project, which, since 2005, has resurfaced and improved more than 620 kilometers of national roads, according to the World Bank. It is expected to be used for the rehabilitation of another 134 kilometers of roads in the East-West corridor.

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