The purpose of this Regional Technical Assistance (RETA) is to determine the economic, technical, social and environmental feasibility of a Project to rehabilitate and upgrade transport links and facilities along the Cambodian and Vietnamese sections of the GMS: Southern Costal Corridor (the Corridor).
The outputs from the RETA will include the following: (i) analyses of transport links and determination of the economic, technical, social and environmental feasibility for (a) each component individually, (b) for components within each country, and (c) for the Project as a whole within a subregional context; (ii) a matrix setting out an overall ranking of components and options for combinations of components to form logical Projects for a range of funding levels; (iii) a determination of facilities required at the Cambodian/Viet Nam border on the Project road; and (iv) a multimodal study on the movement of goods and people within the Project influence area.
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|Preparing the Greater Mekong Subregion Southern Coastal Corridor Project||Mar 2005|
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