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Disclosable Restructuring Paper - Regional Roads Development Project - P146334 (anglais)

The objectives of the Regional Roads Development Project are to reduce road user costs on the project roads and develop a sustainable investment program for regional road asset management. Project extension will also allow the Bank to deepen support to the GoU’s overall sector reform agenda. The institutional strengthening component can be expanded to support the GoU’s far-reaching program of transport sector reforms aimed at modernizing the sector. Specifically, this includes TA for enhancing MoT’s transport planning capacity and preparing and assessing PPP projects in the road sector. The restructured project will finance the preparation of a National Transport Master Plan (NTMP) for sustainable development of the transport sector for 2020-2040. Project support for this activity complements the Bank’s services and analytics (ASA) for transport policy (Bank Report No: AUS0000970, May 20, 2020) and ongoing civil aviation sector reform work under Reimbursable Advisory Assistance (RAS). The NTMP is expected to include a time-bound priority program for institutional (organizational, policy and regulatory) reform, capacity building and physical investments (from public and private sources) covering all transport modes. Also included is a PPP feasibility (pre-investment) study for upgrading of the Tashkent-Andijan Road (TAR) to expressway standards, including a new road tunnel (19 km long) through the Kamchik Pass. This strategic transport investment will help to fully integrate physically and economically the Ferghana Valley with the rest of the country, while improving the international road connectivity of this double landlocked country. The TAR is a critical link of the transcontinental Asian Highway 7; and its Tashkent end is located at the confluence of four of the six CAREC international trade and transit corridors.


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    Europe et Asie centrale,

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    Disclosable Restructuring Paper - Regional Roads Development Project - P146334

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    economic and financial analysis; Economic Internal Rate of Return; vehicle operating cost; improvement of road safety; use of travel time; project road; road safety measure; average road roughness; civil works; road section; road user cost; road safety audit; vehicles per day; travel time cost; GHG Accounting; average travel time; regional road; road surface condition; transport sector reform; road construction industry; road rehabilitation works; civil aviation sector; net present value; regional road network; procurement of equipment; restrictions on mobility; high poverty rate; cost of construction; lack of time; Road Sector Policy; types of vehicle; average daily traffic; quality of data; cost of vehicle; road maintenance program; asset management system; road safety improvement; reduction in travel; bid submission deadline; personal protective equipment; adverse environmental impact; Investment Project Financing; national transport plan; road condition; institutional strengthening; vehicle speed; discount rate; sensitivity analysis; vehicle fleet; current expenditure; consulting service; Consulting services; construction cost; investment study; installation work; contract signing; unallocated fund; vehicle cost; construction supervision; road work; sustainable investment; Social Assessment; evaluation period; project costing; vehicle operation; factor inputs; rural connectivity; transport planning; road alignment; exogenous factor; Safeguard Policies; poor road; local company; cost-benefit analysis; black spot; safeguard policy; pandemic situation; social impact; transport demand; traffic range; road tunnel; expressway standard; annual disbursement; potential bidder; border delays; health clinic; supply chain; social distance; flat terrain; civil society; response mechanism; citizen engagement; best practice; political will; restructuring process; institutional framework; transit traffic; rehabilitation program; truck traffic; health clinics; national requirement; financing instrument; physical work; construction work; global outbreak; mitigation measure; Public-Private Partnership; GHG Reduction; rehabilitation costs; investment cost; annual traffic; crash fatality; paved road; traffic composition; private use; roughness level; cement concrete; routine maintenance; ghg emissions; safety benefit; analysis period; average speed; construction period; construction quality; environmental risk; working day; labor-intensive work; traffic survey; accident resulting; in work; first extension; tar use; asphalt road; results framework; road improvement; increased speed; drainage improvement; climate resilience; buffer inventory; asset inventory; institutional improvement; surface type; field visits; conversion factor; economic crisis; generated traffic; safety impact; driving condition; safeguards requirement; road asset; economic efficiency; transit corridor; International Trade; contract amendment; train activity; landlocked country; local contract; internal process; rural population; procurement action; strategic transport; state budget; public transportation mode; governing body; economic reform; transport mode; private source; road development; priority program; reform work; client ownership; government structure; fair treatment; reserve fund; Road Accidents; regional connectivity; disbursement ratio; rapid urbanization; market analysis; contract management; time delay; total saving; contract amount; road speed; road traffic; transport cost



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