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Cameroon - Transport Sector Project (English)

The Transport Sector Project aims at improved efficiency and sustainable and coherent development in the transport sector to enable it to resume its contribution to development, poverty alleviation and protection of the environment. These objectives will be achieved by: 1) state divestiture from transport operations in favor of a greater involvement of private operators, and institutions more focused on planning, regulation and definition of sector policies; 2) better balance in resource allocation between prudent investments and maintenance expenditures, and sustainable resource mobilization; 3) improved regulatory framework resulting in more liberalization, increased competitiveness and more competition; and 4) development and implementation of a sector policy to protect the environment. The project comprises the following components: 1) civil works on paved roads, unpaved roads, rural roads, port, and the rail and air transports; 2) goods; and 3) technical assistance and training. More specifically, the project will consist of: 1) execution of a three-year time-slice of the road rehabilitation and maintenance program and bridge maintenance program on primary roads of the priority network; 2) execution of a rural transport infrastructure maintenance program; 3) construction of two weighing stations; 4) purchase of data processing supplies and equipment of related offices; 5) provision of technical assistance and consulting services; 6) training; and 7) surveys and seminars.




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Cameroon - Transport Sector Project (English). World Development Sources, WDS 1996 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.