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Peru - Lima Transport Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2013/06/28

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion Report Review

  • Report Number

    ICRR13931

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Peru,

  • Region

    Latin America & Caribbean,

  • Disclosure Date

    2016/09/28

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Peru - Lima Transport Project

  • Keywords

    grade separation;Environmental and Social Management Plan;mass rapid transit system;Environmental and Social Safeguard;allocation of budget resources;housing for the poor;urban poverty reduction strategy;Environmental and Social Impact;bus rapid transit;public transport vehicle;greenhouse gas reduction;reallocation of fund;project performance indicator;vehicle operating cost;passengers per week;public transport policy;urban transport activity;traffic signal improvement;quality of evidence;Improving Labor Markets;general transportation sector;urban public transport;law and regulation;road safety measure;public utility service;air pollution emission;mass transport system;public transport supply;barriers to growth;Social Impact Assessment;social and environmental;green house gas;sustainable urban transport;urban air pollution;environmental impact study;management of procurement;deadline for submission;ex post procurement;construction and operation;local environmental authority;fare collection system;value of time;number of passengers;urban road safety;greenhouse gas emission;global positioning system;natural gas engine;compressed natural gas;motorized transport;civil works;bus corridor;bicycle promotion;project costing;financial sustainability;upper management;bicycle use;borrower performance;trunk line;bus operator;mitigation activity;low-income population;institutional strengthening;work contracts;bicycle trip;procurement procedure;bus way;bicycle usage;affected communities;project indicator;fare integration;construction work;bikeway network;pedestrian crossing;construction phase;unallocated fund;traffic condition;bikeway construction;street vendor;transport service;baseline data;bus system;procurement process;transfer terminal;physical work;environmental study;bus station;bicycle infrastructure;autonomous entity;cultural impact;social communication;historic character;bus route;transport route;environmental practice;information dissemination;historic value;consulting service;construction impact;access restrictions;historical site;Consulting services;safeguard issue;global environmental;cultural change;road space;adequate financing;designated buildings;sustainable transport;traffic reduction;response time;local legislation;public entity;vehicular traffic;private investment;bus usage;safeguard policy;bus stop;local municipality;protected area;indirect impact;private transport;Cultural Heritage;Safeguard Policies;migrant bird;outcome indicator;historical building;inspection panel;policy requirement;bus purchase;procurement rule;business management;incremental cost;land use;compensation payment;environmental mitigation;social issue;resource constraint;social aspect;internal control;scale enterprise;community consultation;professional capacity;route planning;effectiveness condition;direct transfer;bicycle path;local stakeholder;institution building;environmental health;conference call;regular supervision;outcome targets;infrastructure work;loan guarantee;municipal administration;project execution;bicycle traffic;legal requirement;Government Performance;learning curve;land purchase;road corridor;Social Assessment;Bank Policies;entry rate;procurement issue;safety issue;bus terminal;intermediate outcome;low-income area;bus fare;program administration;counterpart fund;operational expense;investment component;busy intersection;traffic movement;car traffic;environmental concern;promotion activity;loan approval;local counterpart;rural transportation infrastructure;environmental monitoring;central control;alternative mode;vehicle traffic;road marking;bus depot;Traffic Safety;operational efficiency;environmental sustainability;small trees;engineering design;results framework;causal chain;investment finance;bike use;environmental issue;transport planning;traffic lane;utility network;project finance;qualified opinion;bank operation;satisfactory manner;mitigation plans;insufficient information;legal analysis;traffic corridor;trunk corridor

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Peru - Lima Transport Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/627461475097737527/Peru-Lima-Transport-Project