The Kamchik Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 2.267 m above the sea level, that was a part of the former Silk Road in Uzbekistan.
The highway A373 was built across this pass and it is the only route connecting the Fergana Valley to the rest of Uzbekistan, being one of the most strategic transport infrastructures in Central Asia.
The Kamchik Pass, which is now under reconstruction, has historically suffered for significant landslide processes during the last four decades.
WHITEARTH has been recently entrusted with a Landslide Risk Assessment in Kamchik Pass, and a Sustainable Proposal for Risk Mitigation is being prepared by our specialized team.

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