By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 23 April 2015:
Ajdabiya’s Municipal Council has taken the first step toward the building of a new airport.
After . . .[restrict]putting out a tender, the council has chosen a company called Rahla Engineering Consultants to do initial surveys on an area of land to the northwest of the town. The agreement envisages that the airport will be completed within 18 months.
This is one of a number large infrastructure projects on which the council says that it is currently working Building or upgrading roads, the soon-to-be-completed renovation of a clinic are among more than 50 projects, most of which are still awaiting budgetary approval by the councillors.