The purpose of the technical assistance is to help interested urban local bodies (ULBs) prepare their respective urban transport subprojects, which would be considered for ADB financing as a part of their respective integrated urban development projects, based on the master plans, or preferably the comprehensive mobility plans (CMPs) that the ULBs already have. Those ULBs which are: (i) preparing urban development project (possibly under ADB's PPTA); and (ii) already implementing urban development project but still maintaining sufficient flexibility (possibly under ADB's multitranche financing facility (MFF)) or considering follow-up investments are eligible candidates to seek technical assistance under the S-CDTA. This CDTA, however, will not duplicate the activities of any ongoing or upcoming PPTA. Use of PPP and/or PSP modality, for example during the operational stage of urban transport system, is encouraged.
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