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Concept Project Information Document (PID) - EFE Santiago-Melipilla and Santiago-Batuco Rail Corridors - P177023 (English)


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    Targa Rodriguez,Felipe

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    Project Information Document

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    Latin America & Caribbean,

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  • Doc Name

    Concept Project Information Document (PID) - EFE Santiago-Melipilla and Santiago-Batuco Rail Corridors - P177023

  • Keywords

    Public Transport; long term outcomes; Environmental and Social Risk Classification; modernization of the public sector; commuter rail line; state-owned enterprise; impact of climate change; commercial financing; Gender-Based Violence; measure of use; detailed engineering design; incorporate gender; community health and safety; cash flow from operation; air pollution in city; rail network; source of financing; trips per day; fare revenue; passengers per day; real estate opportunity; public transportation system; travel time saving; theory of change; number of passengers; civil unrest; low-income population; transit service; transit-oriented development; proportion of woman; quality of public; annual average precipitation; climate change mitigation; carbon dioxide equivalent; earnings before interest; road safety audit; analytical and advisory; response to disaster; disaster risk management; construction of road; gross domestic product; global financial crisis; commuter rail system; cost recovery ratio; debt service obligation; human capital development; international bond issue; Investment Project Financing; rapid economic development; quality transit service; Value for Money; international commercial banks; local capital market; public sector modernization; total trip; operational sustainability; rolling stock; freight transport; bond issuance; electric train; commuter train; local bond; sovereign guarantee; financial sustainability; operational efficiency; social inclusion; civil works; government contribution; bus transit; sexual harassment; social opportunities; electric rail; social inequality; walking environment; private company; transportation research; transit option; operational deficit; outcome indicator; metro network; transport service; freight rail; bike parking; private vehicle; carbon neutrality; regional governors; Financing plans; project costing; carbon transport; global commodity; aggregate benefit; peripheral area; conventional bus; guarantee support; income family; low-income family; inclusive growth; international waterway; remote area; passenger operation; rural transportation infrastructure; investment cost; metropolitan area; Train Line; infrastructure planning; spatial dimension; governmental agency; Natural Resources; geographical position; macroeconomic stabilization; social policy; freight infrastructure; social policies; public resource; open access; project datum; market-oriented reforms; market relations; capital contribution; sustainable investment; operational performance; long-term outcome; road maintenance; forestry product; respiratory disease; economic liberalization; overall cost; market price; recent months; competitive condition; commercial lender; truck use; passenger travel; lagging region; Exchange Rates; fiscal limit; government guarantee; freight capacity; social objective; rail commuter; climate goals; new investment; primary sector; passenger transportation; railway infrastructure; annual contribution; mitigation measure; management mechanism; Capital Investments; capital expenditure; chilean peso; social plan; low inflation; bond offering; rating agency; outstanding indebtedness; urban transport; natural habitat; government subsidy; budgetary framework; environmental sustainability; living condition; rail lines; investment program; long-term finance; fiscal stability; land acquisition; labor influx; constitutional assembly; low rate; sovereign debt; Public Services; government support; corporate financing; economic recovery; bond investor; daily trip; rail service; injury severity; road transport; climate forecast; low temperature; road incident; indigenous communities; income target; winter season; urban expansion; extreme heat; motorized transport; indigenous community; gender parity; commute trip; coal plant; personal security; electric bus; municipal councilor; rail infrastructure; cargo vehicle; green investment; institutional context; enhancing access; municipal election



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Targa Rodriguez,Felipe

Concept Project Information Document (PID) - EFE Santiago-Melipilla and Santiago-Batuco Rail Corridors - P177023 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.