The Asian Development Bank is working with the Lao People’s Democratic Republic to build a bus rapid transit system, and develop other transport solutions, to ease traffic in Vientiane, the country’s fast growing capital. The project is financing over 11 kilometers of dedicated bus lanes, 24 enclosed stations, and over 90 climate-friendly buses. It will also fund new signal lights at key intersections and a central traffic control center, as well as a national vehicle registration system.
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