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Iraq seeks bids for 20 year transport masterplan

Iraq is seeking consultants to help it draw up a 20 year national multi-modal transport plan.

The Iraq Ministry of Construction and Housing (MOCH) will fund the work from a $135M (£86M) World Bank credit for emergency road rehabilitation work awarded in 2006. So far only £32M of this has been spent.

MoCH said it intended to shortlist six qualified consulting firms or consortiums to provide consultancy services for the preparation of the 20 year masterplan.

The work will include setting up associated strategies, policies and implementation tools and assessing an initial five year plan for priority investments.

The work will build on an earlier masterplan completed in 2005. Bidders have until the end of February to express interest.

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