Floods cause $56m in damage to roads since March

Financial Tribune – Floods that have swept the country since the beginning of the current Iranian year (March 20) have inflicted up to 9 trillion rials ($56 million) in losses on some 10,000 kilometers of roads across the country.

This was announced by Reza Akbari, the deputy head of Road Maintenance and Transportation Organization, affiliated with the Ministry of Roads and Urban Development, IRNA reported.

“These roads have suffered minimal to 100% damage,” he said.