The proposed nonlending assistance will help prepare the Xinjiang Urban Roads and Environmental Improvement Project which will cover five cities - Altay, Changji, Hami, Kuitun and Tulufan - along major transport corridor which links eastern and central China through Xinjiang to Central Asia.
The TA will (i) review and identify the most appropriate urban road infrastructure developments to improve public access, facilitate trade and enterprise, reduce road accidents, and improve the urban environment; (ii) prepare a feasibility study for each of the five subprojects; and (iii) prepare an urban roads and environmental improvement projects, including EIAs, environmental management planm IPDPs, RPs and social analysis satisfactory to ADB's policy and guidelines.
Latest Project Documents
|Xinjiang Urban Transport and Environmental Improvement Project||Sep 2008|
|Preparing the Xinjiang Urban Transport and Environmental Improvement Project||May 2007|
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