Switzerland’s federal government expects to spend CHF 8 billion repairing federal roads and another CHF 4 billion extending them between 2024 and 2027, it announced this week. © Oscity | Dreamstime.comMaintenance, noise proofing and other upgrades to the existing road network are expected to consume CHF 8.4 billion between 2024 and 2027, an average annual cost of CHF 2.1 billion. From 2023, another CHF 4.3 billion will be spent extending Switzerland’s road infrastructure. Much of this will be spent on five urban road improvement projects. However, plans for these are in the pipeline, according to Jürg Röthlisberger, the director of the Federal Roads Office (FEDRO).
Source: Le News January 28, 2022 22:44 UTC