Two-lanes roads link between the Dawei Special Economic Zone (DSEZ) to the Thai-Myanmar border as part of the Dawei Special Economic Zone Development Project and related project areas. Which is part of the ASEAN Connectivity Masterplan which supports international cooperation for the development of linking along the southern economic corridor of the regional economic cooperation development plan of GMS Southern Economic Corridor. More..
The area for public relations and public participation will be within the studied area covering lands on both sides along the whole roadway. More..
This Project will be compiled information from relevant documents of studied area including social-economic data on potential project area, the national strategy of Thailand and Myanmar, population data, number of registered vehicles, economic data, accident statistics, and tourism statistics etc. as well as other relevant data in order to support area development plan, and support guideline for increasing project value added. In addition, the data needs to be updated in which this chapter will display the collected data by categorizing the data into 3 groups as follows More..
This project will collect traffic and logistics data, revise previous study as well as traffic survey, and present traffic survey result including traffic volume data, start and end point data, speed data in order to develop and compare traffic model of current year and future year by using following traffic and logistics procedure More..
Engineering study consists of 11 sections. The consultant has divided the study of the 11 sections into 3 steps as follows. More..
The consultant will consider areas at risk of accidents such as intersections, route with narrow horizontal curves, route with long, steep slope, etc. to be safer and meet the standard. The detailed design will be carried out and report the design results in the next progress report. The safety condition concerns are as follows; More..
According to the survey and detailed design of the two-lane road improvement project, the project development may affect environment and communities in the project area. Thus, the study is in the form of initial environmental examination (IEE) or original environmental impact assessment (EIA) report improvement. More..
Under the two-lane road improvement project Connecting the Dawei Special Economic Zone to the Thai-Myanmar border, the Republic of the Union of Myanmar Is a process that is organized for the relevant departments to have the opportunity to express their views Exchange information and opinions Including creating consensus.
This project will prepare the bidding documents for selection of the contractor. Taking into account the international standards. At least include the following documents: More..
Neighbouring Countries Economic Development Cooperation Agency (Public Organization)
Neighbouring Countries Economic Development Cooperation Agency (Public Organization) or NEDA was established on 17 May 2005 under the Royal Decree on Establishment of Neighbouring Countries Economic Development Cooperation Agency (Public Organization), B.E. 2548, announced in the Royal Thai Government Gazette, Volume 122, Part 39A, dated 16 May 2005. The Royal Thai Government Gazette consists of seven sections, 54 articles, and one transitory provision as follows:
Senior Colonel Saranyu Viriyavejakul, D.Sc., Vice President of Neighbouring Countries Economic Development Cooperation Agency (NEDA) and the representatives from Ministry of Construction led by H.E. U Hla Tun Oo, Deputy Director General, Department of Highway participated in the conference with H.E. U Myint Maung, Chief Minister, Tanintharyi Regional Government and the Tanao-Sri cabinet, the local government in the area who are responsible for Two-Lane Road Improvement Project connecting Dawei Special Economic Zone and Thai-Myanmar boarder. The conference aimed to report the project progress and brief the Draft Final Report of the Survey and Design of Two-Lane Road Improvement Project connecting Dawei Special Economic Zone and Thai-Myanmar boarder at the Office of Tanao-Sri Ministers, Dawei, The Republic of the Union of Myanmar on 28th August 2019.
Senior Colonel Saranyu Viriyavejakul, D.Sc., Vice President of Neighbouring Countries Economic Development Cooperation Agency (NEDA) took part in a route survey and consideration of Wildlife Crossing position including the progress of the study and design of two-lane road improvement project connecting Dawei Special Economic Zone and Thai-Myanmar boarder, with the representatives from Myanmar’s Ministry of Construction led by H.E. U Hla Tun Oo, Deputy Director General, Department of Highway and the representatives from World Wildlife Fund (WWF), at Dawai, Republic of the Union of Myanmar on 29th August 2019.
Neighbouring Countries Economic Development Cooperation Agency (Public Organization) (NEDA)
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