Bosnian Serb government tests appetite for road concession

Bosnia’s Serb Republic has issued a market teaser to gauge interest in a potential roads package. The concessions would last for 30 years and would require the private sector to build, finance and maintain over 116km of roads.

Bosnia’s Serb Republic, one of the two political entities that make up Bosnia and Herzegovina, part of the former Yugoslavia, has published a teaser document outlining the potential concession of over 116 kilometres of road across its territory.

The planned 30-year concession would require the private sector partner to design, build, finance, operate and maintain a 35-kilometre stretch of road connecting Banja Luka to Prnjavor and a 44-kilometre stretch of motorway linking Doboj and Vukosavlie. The contract would also involve the operation and maintenance of a 37-kilometre road connecting East Prnjavor to Doboj.

The document does not give any indication as to the price of the concession contract. To view the complete prior information notice, please click here