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Markets and Fairs – A 30-year Problem

Several days ago, the management of Eliava Market,  one of Georgia’s major trading zones, proposed a rehabilitation project which calls for arranging a new infrastructure project, building modern structures and, in general, establishing order in the  territory. At the same time, Tbilisi City Hall noted that, in the near future, …

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City Halls Announces Overground Metro Project

City Hall is starting a new, independent, overground metro project from 2019, with the support of the central government. The Mayor of Tbilisi, Kakha Kaladze talked about the presentation of the first stage of the implementation of the Prime Minister’s initiative – Green Policy Action Plan. According to Kakha Kaladze, …

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Tbilisi City Hall to Examine Economic Potential of Capital City

Tbilisi City Hall plans to determine the most attractive investment economic fields, based on the economic potential research results. The report will cover economic condition of the capital city, analysis of economic sectors, unemployment level, employment indicator, economic potential of the population, as well as growth forecast due to economic …

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Uniform Visual Standards of Taxis to be Launched from 2019

Within the framework of the taxi reform, Tbilisi City Hall works on the uniform visual standards of the taxi, which will come into action from October 1, 2019. Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze said about it at today’s government meeting. “Mentioned reform is very important. This is one of the directions …

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Tbilisi City Hall to Spend 80 million GEL on Infrastructural Projects till 2019

Tbilisi City Hall to Cut Administrative Costs by 16 million GEL in 2017

Tbilisi City Hall has launched an implementation of several infrastructural projects simultaneously on Shartava and Saburtalo Streets, Robakidze Avenue, Baratashvili Rise, Kakheti highway, Avchala and Gelovani Avenues. The rehabilitation works have generated traffic jams in the center of the capital city. The first layer of asphalt will be laid till …

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