A new road in Azerbaijan

a project that will strongly enhance the performance of the East-West corridor with a positive impact on a wide area of the country

NET Engineering will work to remove the bottleneck along the Magistral Road n.4 connecting Baku to western Azerbaijan and Georgia, in order to increase the capacity of the Country’s East-West transport corridor.

According to the Government of Azerbaijan, this action will strongly enhance the performance and the level of service of the corridor with a positive impact on a wide area of the country”.

NET Engineering has been awarded by Azeravtoyol, the Road Management Company of Azerbaijan, for the selection of alternative routes and then the development of a detailed Feasibility Study of the preferred alternative within the Shamakhi-Agsu Section, 34 km long.

The project will identify the most suitable alternative corridor along the Magistral Road n.4 that connect Baku to western Azerbaijan and Georgia, that is serpentine, damaged by landslides, unsuitable for heavy vehicles and susceptible to closure when it snows during the winter.

The Project is co-financed with a loan by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) and International Development Association (IDA) in connection with the Third Azerbaijan Highway Project.

The project will last one year, will be developed by NET Engineering’s professionals and will be carried out according to our system approach in order to allow the Azeravtoyol to analyze the current and future mobility needs, to give a coherent answer to infrastructural improvements at different timeframe and to verify their environmental, economic, financial and social sustainability.


April 28th, 2016