The World Bank has expressed interest to fund the Mizoram State Road Project Phase II (MSRP-II). The road project is aimed at boosting better link between Mizoram and its two neigbouring countries-Bangladesh and Myanmar.
The Mizoram government has been urged by the officials of thee Common Services Centre (CSC) Project to take necessary initiatives to drive the project successfully as it has been a successful one in other states. CSC project provides high quality and cost-effective video, voice and data content and services, in the areas of e-governance, education, health, telemedicine, entertainment as well as other private services. The CSC –project is a strategic cornerstone of the National e-Governance Plan
In Mizoram, a major road construction project, that is financed by the World Bank, is to be started soon. PWD Engineer-in-Chief Lianchungnunga said that the double-lane highway to link Mamit, Lunglei and Lawngtlai district with Kaladan Multi Modal Transit Transport Project in the western part of Mizoram has been approved by the Centre and the total length of the road to be constructed with about Rs 2,000 crore World Bank Project II is 350 kilometers.
According to the Mizoram PWD sources, the resurfacing work beginning from Bawngkawn Traffic Point in Aizawl is in progress towards Buichali via Sairang and the work is going on near Rangvamual on January 25.