47279-002: Karachi Bus Rapid Transit Project

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The project will contribute to developing a sustainable UTS in Karachi through the delivery of a bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor, focusing on accessibility and people s mobility needs. It will aim at organizing the urban growth and public space along the selected corridor through integration of land-use and transport planning (transit-oriented development), making the city more pleasant to live in, providing a holistic solution for integrated urban mobility, and bearing a demonstration ... Read More

Country Pakistan
Project Number 47279-002
Type or Modality of Assistance Loan
Financing Public sector (Sovereign)
Status Proposed
ADB Financing ($ thousand) 55,000
Geographical Location Karachi
Sector Transport and ICT
Subsector Urban Transport
Safeguard Categories Environment: B
Resettlement: A
Indigenous People: C

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Responsible ADB Officer
David Margonsztern
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Responsible ADB Department
Central and West Asia Department

Responsible ADB Divisions
Urban Development and Water Division, CWRD

Last PDS Update
26 Mar 2014