Skip to Main Navigation

Tanzania - Highway Maintenance Project (English)

The project comprises the first stage of the Borrower's primary road maintenance program and also includes a study of the road transport industry. The two areas with the highest priority of the four into which the country has been divided were selected for inclusion in this stage of the program. Over a four year period 3,300 km of primary roads in these two areas will be rehabilitated and maintained.

Details

  • Document Date

    1974/07/31

  • Document Type

    Memorandum & Recommendation of the President

  • Report Number

    P1463

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Tanzania,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Tanzania - Highway Maintenance Project

  • Keywords

    united states agency for international development;life expectancy at birth;iron and steel industry;payment of debt service;access to the sea;Payments to the Bank;acute foreign exchange crisis;rate of import duty;population per hospital bed;agriculture and industry;population growth rate;road transport industry;rate of investment;debt service payment;primary school enrollment;crude death rate;primary road;vehicle operating cost;adult literacy rate;population per nurse;health and nutrition;primarily due;procurement and disbursement;agricultural feeder road;return on investment;production growth rate;terms of trade;world market price;village water supply;domestic oil consumption;relative price change;agriculture rural development;gross national product;per capita income;cashew nut processing;economic policy making;foreign aid disbursement;share of debt;total debt service;balance of payment;long gestation period;provision of equipment;gnp per capita;decentralization in government;decentralization of government;Projects in Execution;movement of export;private road transport;main road network;improvement of road;responsibility for transport;infant mortality rate;road maintenance;national income;project finance;oil price;Rural Sector;payment amount;productive activity;transit traffic;highway maintenance;principal source;capital aid;earth road;marginal savings;technical expertise;transport planning;social indicator;rail system;highway administration;oil crisis;project costing;workshop equipment;resource transfer;rural area;live birth;vocational enrollment;reducing inequality;traffic level;imf credit;field activity;preferential margin;investment priority;Investment priorities;local manufacturers;financial controller;age structure;urban population;national population;calorie supply;existing resources;local contractor;international interest;procurement procedure;cotton production;routine maintenance;older road;public debt;competitive bidding;adequate facility;large creditor;animal protein;bilateral aid;project execution;appraisal mission;piped water;arable land;minimum period;tariff structure;private carrier;truck capacity;highway system;government commission;highway network;long-distance road;urban sector;agriculture sector;agricultural sector;surplus fund;corporate headquarters;project delays;cash requirements;ujamaa village;railway development;landlocked country;long-distance traffic;fuel price;capital inflow;Capital Inflows;development target;local expenditure;financial discipline;state corporations;audit skills;professional skill;external trade;accurate estimate;investment resource;administrative structure;government structure;severe shortage;rural population;sectoral planning;state control;export earning;democratic principle;cotton growing;social equality;minority group;secondary road;road section;Donor countries;grass root;export earnings;import substitute;capital assistance;economic infrastructure;budgetary position;staff resource;resource mobilization;institutional change;investment program;external capital;principal export;foreign donor;food import;external reserve;Maternal Mortality;rural standard;gravel road;Exchange Rates;physical expansion;equipment purchase;equipment maintenance;routine servicing;material need;field operations;

Downloads

COMPLETE REPORT

Official version of document (may contain signatures, etc)

  • Official PDF
  • TXT*
  • Total Downloads** :
  • Download Stats
  • *The text version is uncorrected OCR text and is included solely to benefit users with slow connectivity.

Citation

Tanzania - Highway Maintenance Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/537741468116654886/Tanzania-Highway-Maintenance-Project