The Milot-Fier is a segment of 114 kilometers, part of the Blue Corridor and it will be divided into 3 lots Milot-Thumanë, Kashar-Lekaj and Lekaj-Fier. For all 3 segments, the competitions were opened on August 2 and separate companies can compete for each of the lots, while the estimated value of the investment is 837 million euros.
The other segment part of this highway is Thumanë-Kashar, which is under construction. The project is expected to have a positive economic impact of 400 million euros and will increase employment.
Crossing the highway will be tolled, but there will also be secondary roads. Milot-Fier will be the first highway in Albania that will have a maximum speed of up to 130 km/h and will be certified by the EU.
The Adriatic-Ionian highway starts in Trieste, passes through Croatia, includes Montenegro, Albania and continues to Greece, and its length for this part is 1,550 kilometers. The government’s next projects will focus on the railway network and the expansion of the Elbasan-Qafë Thane road.