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Colombia - CO Support Nat'l Urban Transit Program (English)

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  • Author

    IEG Review Team

  • Document Date

    2021/06/29

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion Report Review

  • Report Number

    ICRR0022587

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Colombia,

  • Region

    Latin America & Caribbean,

  • Disclosure Date

    2021/06/29

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Colombia - CO Support Nat'l Urban Transit Program

  • Keywords

    private sector participation in infrastructure; Urban Transit; public transit service; construction of bus stop; change in exchange rate; environmental and social management; Public Transport; Public Transit System; mass transit system; urban transport sector; average travel time; theory of change; construction and rehabilitation; acquisition of land; quality of public; quality at entry; mass passenger transport; physical cultural resources; integrated transport system; use of technology; foster competition; provision of equipment; Value for Money; lack of resource; incentives for users; maintenance of assets; high population growth; private sector finance; operations and maintenance; bus rapid transit; public transportation system; travel time saving; cost benefit analysis; urban transport service; urban transport indicator; urban transport intervention; fleet management system; private sector operator; detailed engineering design; environmental sustainability; project costing; discount rate; outcome targets; intermediate indicator; financial sustainability; project execution; outcome indicator; environmental safeguard; budget allocation; informal transport; pedestrian bridge; satisfaction rate; technology requirement; urban mobility; results framework; social safeguard; historic center; public policy; public space; affected persons; busway corridor; subnational levels; bicycle path; trunk corridor; fare collection; feeder route; operational efficiency; urban agglomeration; mitigation measure; geographical coverage; Urban Infrastructure; informal transportation; traffic lane; improved public; government commitment; municipal government; competitive city; competitive cities; institutional strength; transport demand; overall demand; new issue; Urban Planning; government's commitment; motorcycle taxi; negative incentive; bus system; infrastructure service; mobility strategy; private cost; accident reduction; trip generation; mixed traffic; transit operation; household expenditure; transportation expenditure; exogenous factor; income quintile; efficiency improvement; private vehicle; first year; exclusive lane; economic efficiency; low achievement; primary reason; daily ridership; car fleet; Infrastructure Finance; Traffic Accident; project intervention; traffic measure; good road; Urban Renewal; local operator; Public-Private Partnership; subnational authority; increased investment; road corridor; administrative efficiency; lack resource; cost-benefit analysis; feasibility assessment; operational plan; social compliance; box culvert; citizen service; communication strategy; Safeguard Policies; safeguard policy; system operation; operational capacity; marketing strategies; complementary transport; infrastructure work; involuntary resettlement; secondary sources; field visits; national policy; construction area; small cities; transport solution; project datum; construction work; transportation solution; fleet rationalization; project engineer; reporting procedure; Road Networks; bus corridor; parking place; procurement capacity; procurement regulation; paper institute; Traffic Lights; bus station; passenger demand; social inclusion; staff rotation; capacity constraint; greater access; environmental issue; free transfer; regular supervision; entry rate; road map; sustainable city; institutional risk; natural habitat; institutional framework; macroeconomic factor; ample evidence; loan fund; staff turnover; dramatic reduction; significant challenge; increased access; Project Monitoring; internal migration; intermediate outcome; procurement process; external factor; rapid transport; knowledge development

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IEG Review Team

Colombia - CO Support Nat'l Urban Transit Program (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/613451624947620023/Colombia-CO-Support-Natl-Urban-Transit-Program