The PATA consists of four components: (i) development of a comprehensive public transport strategy for Davao; (ii) development and implementation of a public transport reform program; (iii) a capacity development, and (iv) stakeholder participation program.
The PATA will help the government to create an enabling environment for a modern, efficient, and affordable public transport system in Davao that can then be presented for demonstration and replication across the Philippines. The TA will prepare plans and franchising mechanisms to improve the integration of the public transport system, widen the coverage area, and deliver more transport services to passengers in Davao.
Latest Project Documents
|Davao Sustainable Urban Transport Project: Technical Assistance Completion Report||May 2015|
|Davao Sustainable Urban Transport Project: Final Report||Dec 2013|
|Davao Sustainable Urban Transport Project||Oct 2012|
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