The objective of the TA is to promote green and pro poor economic development through the establishment of a sustainable transport system that will efficiently move people and goods. Being the second phase of the sustainable transport initiative, the TA will build on the findings of Phase I and produce a development framework for sustainable transport at the regional level. The TA will present (i) a singular vision, cohesive strategy, and clear cut directions for sustainable urban transport and the effective use of land (ii) a strategic development framework (policy, programming, and financing) (iii) a project development manual and (iv) a regional level action plan for clean and efficient energy use in transport.
Latest Project Documents
|A Development Framework for Sustainable Urban Transport||Feb 2012|
|A Development Framework for Sustainable Urban Transport||Aug 2008|
|A Development Framework for Sustainable Urban Transport||Jun 2008|
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