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70.0 km (43.5 mi) planned
70.0 km (43.5 mi) under construction|
Sebeș (junction with A1)
Turda (junction with A3)
The Sebeș–Turda Motorway (Romanian: Autostrada Sebeș–Turda) is a motorway under construction in the central-western part of Romania, that will connect the A1 and the A3 motorways, between the cities of Sebeș and Turda, also providing access to Alba Iulia and Aiud. It is planned to be 70 km long, with a total cost of 420 million euro, which is financed in proportion of 85% from the European Union funds, the rest of 15% being insured from the state budget. The motorway is divided into four lots: works for lots 3 and 4 began on 20 May 2014, whereas for the other two lots they will begin in June or July. It will reportedly have the A10 designation.
A10 motorway (Romania) Wikipedia
The construction is split into the following four segments, the contracts for which have been awarded in December 2013:Lot 1: 17.0 km, from the highway entrance near the interchange with the A1 motorway at Sebeș to Paraul Iovului, awarded to the building consortium of Impresa Pizzarotti & Pomponio Construcţii SRL, for a cost of 541.739.137 lei.
Lot 2: 24.3 km, from Paraul Iovului to Aiud, awarded to building consortium of Aktor SA & Euroconstruct Trading’98 SRL for a cost of 549.332.493 lei.
Lot 3: 12.5 km, from Aiud to the Decea interchange, awarded to the building consortium of Tirrena Scavi SpA and Societa Italiana per Condotte d'Acqua SpA, for a cost of 420,511,921 lei.
Lot 4: 16.3 km, from the Decea interchange to the interchange with the A3 motorway near Turda, awarded to Porr Construct SRL and Porr Bau GmbH, for a cost of 470,004,894 lei.
Next scheduled opening: segment from Turda to Aiud, 28.8 km, in June 2017.