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The final draft of Enviponmental and social impact assessment for CARs-3 project

18 May 2018

The Ministry of Transport and Roads of the Kyrgyz Republic (MOTR) has developed this document to summarize the results of the draft Environmental and Social Impact Assessment and Environmental and Social Management Plan (herein, draft ESIA/ESMP or draft ESIA) forthe proposed Central Asia Regional Links Program, Phase III (herein, CARs-3 Project or Project). The civil works under the project would include the rehabilitation and upgrade of approximately 37 km of the road between the city of Tyup in Kyrgyzstan and city of Kegen in Kazakhstan (border crossing Karkyra). In addition, the project will finance rehabilitation of about 15 km of the mountain road adjacent to the Tyup-Kegen road leading to the mountain tourist camp and 500 meter long dirt road connecting the main road with the historical site, "the Stones of Tamerlane", a cultural heritage site. The project will also finance the rehabilitation and/or construction of 5 tourist services centers (TSCs) in Issyk-Kul Oblast. This document will be finalized under consulting services for update and preparation of detailed engineering designs and safeguards documents for the project.

Read the final draft ESIA

Project 3, section km 479-539. Bi-annual Environmental Monitoring Report, July to December 2016

25 January 2017

The Bishkek - Naryn - Torugart Road - Project 3 (BNT3) is an Asian Development Bank financed Project to upgrade the road from Km479 up to the People's Republic of China (PRC) border at Km539. The alignment passes through the Karatal-Japaryk State Nature Reserve (KJSNR)1 from Km501 to the border control holding area at Km531. The KJSNR contains Lake Chater Kul; a recognized RAMSAR site. The special importance of Lake Chatyr Kul designates the project as Category A - Environmental, in the ADB project

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Project 3, section km 479-539. Bi-annual Environmental Monitoring Report, January to June 2016

25 January 2017

The Bishkek - Naryn - Torugart Road - Project 3 (BNT3) is an Asian Development Bank financed Project to upgrade the road from Km479 up to the People's Republic of China (PRC) border at Km539. The alignment passes through the Karatal-Japaryk State Nature Reserve (KJSNR)1 from Km501 to the border control holding area at Km531. The KJSNR contains Lake Chater Kul; a recognized RAMSAR site. The special importance of Lake Chatyr Kul designates the project as Category A - Environmental, in the ADB project

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Central Asia Road Links Project - Kyrgyz Republic/Environmental Impact Assessment

18 October 2013

The final Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) was prepared for Central Asia Road Links Project - Kyrgyz Republic. The document describes environmental impact of the project as well as mitigation measures including environmental and monitoring mitigation plans.

The World Bank is considering a possibility of financing for rehabilitation of Osh-Batken-Isfana-Khudjant sections (Isfana-Kairagach, Batken-Kyzyl-Bel, Batken-Tortgul) under the Central Asia Road Links Project - Kyrgyz Republic. The Ministry of Transport and Communication of the Kyrgyz Republic is planning to start the rehabilitation works on 2014-2015 and in perspective to link the Osh-Batken-Isfana-Khudjant Road with the Tup-Kegen Road which provides the access to Kazakhstan.  Read EIA

Central Asia Road Links Project - Kyrgyz Republic/Resettlement Policy Framework

13 September 2013

IPIG publishes the final Resettlement Policy Framework prepared for Proposed Central Asia Road Links Project - Kyrgyz Republic. This document contains the principles and procedures for resettlement, if resettlement will necessary.

Within the framework of Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) Program, the countries of Central Asia are working together to increase regional transport connectivity by coordinating investments in transport infrastructure and aligning respective policy and regulatory reforms to make the impacts of those investments sustainable. This is to improve the region's competitiveness, reduce poverty and expand trade, both among Central Asian economies, regionally, and globally. CAREC program focuses on investment and other activities along six transport corridors that link north, south, east and west through Central Asia.

Specifically, the Governments of Tajikistan and the Kyrgyz Republic approached the World Bank to consider financing for the Osh-Khujand road corridor of which the Osh - Baken - Isfana Road is an integral part.

The proposed Central Asia Road Links program is being prepared as part of a regional program on improvements of priority road links in Central Asia which is expected to have substantial positive impacts on poverty reduction and economic growth, not only because of the high population density along the catchment area of the corridor, but also high poverty rates and related impacts on cohesion and migration.

The proposed Northern Batken link (road km 216 - km 238), the road section between it and the border with Tajikistan (at Kyzyl-Bel/Guliston), and Isfana - Tajik border road section (road km 360 - km 405) are part of the proposed Central Asia Road Links Project. Read the Resettlement Policy Framework

 

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