The Gambia Roads and Technical Services Authority Act, 2003 established the NRA, its Board of Directors, and the national Road Fund to be used exclusively to finance. The Act also established a Road Fund under the Authority, which shall be used exclusively to finance road project.

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Laminkoto Passimus

The Government of the Gambia has secured financing from Saudi Fund For Development (SFD); Arab Fund for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA); Kuwait Fund For Arab Economic and Social Development (KFAESD); OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD)  to a tune of USD 86.6 million for the construction of the Laminkoto- Passimus Road. This is the missing link on the primary roads network on the south bank of the Gambia.

Senegambia Bridge

Trans-Gambia  Bridge

The Trans-Gambia Road Transport Corridor is an economic and strategic link connecting the northern and southern parts of both The Gambia and Senegal. The sector goal of the project is to support economic growth of the countries on the Trans-Gambian Corridor (Kaolack-Trans- Gambian Highway-Ziguinchor), considered part of the Trans-West African Highway (Dakar –Lagos Corridor) and ECOWAS at large by fostering integration through reliable, efficient transport.

Basse -Fatoto Project

The Basse-Fatoto Road project is a $75 Million grant from the Chinese government meant for the Construction of the 50km road from Basse through

Fatoto and Koina. The Construction of two bridges Basse-Wuli and Fatoto-Passmas. The implementation agreement was signed 24th April, 2018 at the Ministry of Transport Works and Infrastructure conference room, which is expected to commence before the end of the year.

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20 new urban roads will be constructed across the Greater Banjul Area and the Bertil Harding Highway will be expanded to a modern dual carriage road with two lanes on each side with a pedestrian walkway.

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