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The Ethiopian Roads Authority (ERA) achieved 98 percent of its target in 2011/12, with a budget of 21 billion birr.

According to data obtained from the Authority out of 1,992Km of roads it had planned to upgrade, rehabilitate and begin construction on, about 1,765Km or just less than 90 percent had been achieved.

At the other end however, out of the 844Km of roads ERA planned to maintain, 904Km or 107 percent of the target was reached.

The Authority very narrowly missed its regular road maintenance project targets only achieving to do regular road maintenance works on 16,417Km of roads out of 16,713Km it had planned to do.

The Ethiopian Roads Authority (ERA) has already secured a marginally improved budget of 22 billion birr to work on infrastructure during the current 2012-13 Ethiopian fiscal year.

Capital had learnt that 18 billion of the 22 billion birr ERA is receiving will come from the government treasury, while four billion will come from external loans and grants. This year ERA received a total of 18 billion birr, higher than any federal office, and three billion birr more than the previous year: a trend that shows no sign of slowing.

Under the current Growth and Transformation Plan, 84,649Km of roads are to have routine maintenance performed, 5,023Km are to be upgraded, 4,700Km of asphalt and gravel roads are to be maintained, and 728Km of road are to be rehabilitated.

ERA which just concluded the second year of the five year plan had planned to complete 37 percent of the GTP road sector program but only managed to reach 34 percent.

Over the previous five year program, 852Km of roads were reinforced, 4,039Km of roads were upgraded, and 2,769Km of roads were constructed, while heavy maintenance was provided for 3,660Km of existing roads under the government’s Plan for Accelerated and Sustainable Development to End Poverty (PASDEP).