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India - Second Rajasthan State Highways Development Program Project : Environmental Assessment : Environmental Management Framework (English)

The development objective of the Second Rajasthan State Highways Development Program Project for India is to build capacity for better management of state highways and to improve traffic flows on selected state highways in the state of Rajasthan. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: (1) cross sections for the sub-project road shall be worked out to minimize impacts on water bodies and courses, plantation, unstable areas; (2) the camps must be located such that the drainage from and through the camps shall not affect any domestic or public water supply of flow into any of the areas; (3) only waste land to be used for dumping of debris, no agricultural land shall be used even for temporary dumping; (4) debris should not be placed on agricultural land even temporarily; (5) provision of diversion channels and or scheduling construction of culverts preferably in dry months; (6) water pollution control measures to be provided: (i) adequate number of toilets and bathrooms to be provided, (ii) soak pits and septic tank to be provided, and (iii) no wastewater to flow out of the camp; (7) erosion control measures to prevent sediment being washed to nearby properties; and (8) construction wastewater or water in excavation to be disposed through sedimentation tank.


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    Chase,India Coreen

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    Environmental Assessment

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    Environmental Management Framework

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    wild life; protection and preservation; User satisfaction Survey; social and environment safeguard; Environmental and Social Impact; Soil and Water Conservation; data collection and analysis; scarcity of drinking water; national survey; project design and implementation; supply of drinking water; road asset management system; Occupational health and safety; monitoring and evaluation tool; Public Information and Awareness; monitoring and evaluation system; environmental and social management; day to day activities; road safety lead agency; construction and operation; fly ash; state highway improvement; climate change challenge; management of state; road safety strategy; differently abled person; climate change mitigation; intelligent transport system; capacity for road; low adaptive capacity; standards for emission; scarce water resource; social and environmental; standards of quality; exploitation of groundwater; surface water body; community health; crash data system; review of approach; extremes of temperature; agriculture and industry; abstraction of groundwater; surface water resource; extraction of groundwater; removal of trees; Environmental Management Plan; construction of road; surface water quality; institutional capacity assessment; responsible state; documents for work; private capital investment; Solid Waste Management; financial feasibility study; water conservation measures; saline ground water; air control; variable message sign; fiber optic cable; environmental environmental; fibre optic cables; cultural heritage site; payment for compensation; flood prone area; mineral concession rule; district road; project road; civil works; environmental safeguard; protected area; black spot; pavement strengthening; environmental performance; environmental concern; mitigation measure; forest land; state road; construction activities; wind velocity; solar radiation; built infrastructure; Proposed Investment; highway investment; climate screening; social issue; rapid assessment; secondary data; environmental component; professional capacity; police department; affected persons; knowledge exchange; highway network; contract management; safety improvement; traffic level; climatic zone; concession period; Resource Efficiency; bus stop; policy requirement; natural habitat; environmental pollution; waste generator; water bodies; construction camp; construction phase; extreme heat; institutional strengthening; financial audits; private land; legal framework; safety management; site visits; Capital Investments; Management Systems; incident detection; traffic risk; legal compliance; toll revenue; annuity payment; toll plaza; discharge standard; hilly terrain; license plate; transport demand; data reporting; hazardous substance; environmental legislation; financial reporting; commercially viable; wetland authority; orientation training; continuous basis; environmental action; noise pollution; metal scrap; waste oil; construction waste; archaeological site; historical monuments; investment requirement; private finance; traffic density; diesel generator; private investment; operational efficiency; effluent standard; clearance process; forestry land; wild animal; international boundary; systems approach; speed limit; highway agency; highway patrol; preventive approach; road corridor; human traffic; security enhancement; road design; investment allocation; core road; mainstreaming gender; intermediate outcome; funding requirements; contract condition; funding mechanism; engineering design; cost variation; loan covenant; guard rail; speed restriction; development partner; management consultant; Contractual obligations; communication strategy; management framework; community safety; community participation; macro level; information resource; social concern; domestic train; international exposure; reporting procedure; citizen engagement; social planning; database system; business process; social consideration; accident reporting; road sector



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Chase,India Coreen

India - Second Rajasthan State Highways Development Program Project : Environmental Assessment : Environmental Management Framework (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.