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India - Mumbai Urban Transport Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2002/01/16

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PID8175

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    India,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    India - Mumbai Urban Transport Project

  • Keywords

    Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai;provision of counterpart funding;project design and implementation;monitoring and evaluation arrangement;ngos and civil society;rural to urban migration;road right of way;Policy and Institutional Framework;suburban rail service;Urban Infrastructure;passengers per day;source of income;urban economic growth;source income;traffic management scheme;resettlement and rehabilitation;urban transport;local economic growth;procurement of bus;sulfur diesel fuel;bus operating cost;suburban rail fare;national economic growth;national poverty line;suburban railway system;poor cost recovery;flow of fund;urban infrastructure development;amount of fund;availability of resource;sustainable urban transport;land use plan;sulphur diesel fuel;environmental management program;payment of compensation;displacement of people;acquisition of land;urban transport system;social and environmental;allocation of resource;corporate risk;large scale resettlement;environmental health risk;urban environmental infrastructure;Public Transport;baseline survey;bus service;civil works;land acquisition;rolling stock;demand management;public consultation;infrastructure component;funding requirements;budget allocation;loan negotiation;annual budget;rail track;procurement procedure;urban population;urban resident;suburban area;road congestion;community involvement;government procedure;urban development;slum dweller;noise pollution;road base;future demand;Environmental Policy;institutional strengthening;bus specification;delivery mechanism;high emissions;social concern;high noise;construction activities;engine technology;Safeguard Policies;preparation mission;job location;parking management;cross road;social aspect;arterial road;formal adoption;suburban commuter;safety zone;institutional mechanism;Environmental Assessment;road expansion;vehicle owner;downstream impact;transport development;environmental analysis;railway line;environmental aspect;metropolitan area;reform process;competitive bidding;property right;maximum extent;legal title;road work;coastal area;independent agency;bank's involvement;safeguard policy;railway track;urban poor;rapid motorization;sustainable capacity;basic infrastructure;budgetary allocation;grade separation;crude estimate;accident fatality;living condition;road infrastructure;affected persons;track capacity;telecommunication system;capacity constraint;tax revenue;national gdp;fare revenue;financial center;urban dynamic;Traffic Signals;infrastructure problem;bus operation;electricity distribution;capacity expansion;journey time;Population Growth;central city;commuter time;vehicular emission;working relationship;Capital Investments;Traffic Safety;motorized vehicles;rail lines;track maintenance;traffic demand;geographical feature;train speed;rail right;private vehicle;asset utilization;connecting road;squatter settlement;rail passenger;personal trip;public company;railway safety;vehicular traffic;civic amenities;transport investment;host population;rehabilitation component;emergency situation;community initiative;investment component;community level;resettlement sites;Housing;

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India - Mumbai Urban Transport Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/773511468771694165/India-Mumbai-Urban-Transport-Project