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China - Shaanxi Ankang Road Development Project (English)

Ratings for the Shaanxi Ankang Road Development Project for China were as follows: outcomes were moderately satisfactory, the risk to development outcome was low or negligible, the Bank performance was satisfactory, and the Borrower performance was also satisfactory. Some lessons learned included: the overseas training and study tours were delayed and not fully implemented because the government had tightened the restriction on the overseas travelling of government officials during project implementation. More domestic training and study tours were implemented instead. For future projects, the plan for overseas training should be made taking into account the government's policy and regulations. Currently in China, the maintenance of rural roads maintenance is usually insufficient, in terms of budget and capacity. The governments are trying to increase the budget and improve the performance. In future projects, the Bank may design appropriate programs for improving the capacity of local roads maintenance, including enhancing human resource development; purchasing road inspection and maintenance equipment, developing management information system, and adopting advanced concepts and techniques. Road development can only make available of the infrastructure available for connectivity. Transport services can better use the infrastructure as to provide low cost services to local people, especially to low-income people. Future similar roads project should incorporate a public transport service component into the project formulation.


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    East Asia and Pacific,

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    China - Shaanxi Ankang Road Development Project

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    information base;road subsector;Economic Internal Rate of Return;financial internal rate of return;short term consultant;Administrative and Civil Service Reform;Land Acquisition and Resettlement;annual average daily traffic;Environmental and Social Impact;ip disbursements archived;monitoring and evaluation design;operation and maintenance cost;average travel time;village road;quality at entry;freight rate;pavement management system;project costing;counterpart fund;capacity building program;kilometers of road;number of accidents;Resettlement Policy Framework;average traffic volume;local road improvement;rural area;resettlement of people;quality control mechanism;social and environmental;number of beneficiaries;data collection plan;environmental quality monitoring;development of tourism;Full Environmental Assessment;movement of good;Country Partnership Strategy;allocation of responsibility;road maintenance budget;acquisition of land;education and health;access to material;quality of supervision;roads and highway;resettlement action plan;intermediate outcome;Country Assistance Strategies;country assistance strategy;financial management capability;vehicle operating cost;tariff increase result;cost of fuel;impact evaluation methodology;types of road;fuel price increase;public transport development;operation and management;strengthening human resources;application of safeguards;remote rural area;lack of road;financial management capacity;public social service;Financial Management System;provision of information;road safety audit;toll revenue;road condition;socioeconomic impact;socioeconomic development;resettlement implementation;accident rate;toll station;fatal accident;institutional strengthening;mountainous area;expressway corridor;rainy season;engineering design;provincial road;domestic train;social safeguard;sensitivity analysis;expressway network;bus service;impact monitoring;construction activities;



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China - Shaanxi Ankang Road Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.