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China - Highway Project (Inglês)

The proposed project would address a number of needs by assisting the Government in: (a) improving quality of future construction works by modernizing highway design, and by updating and improving construction and material specifications; (b) increasing the cost-effectiveness of highway investments by improving economic evaluation techniques for the evaluation and selection of road investments, and by supporting Government's new policy of moving to competitive bidding for public works; (c) supporting a highway research program, with particular emphasis on improving and strengthening the existing paved national road network, improving road capacity in congested areas and improving road safety; and (d) strengthening the capabilities of staff working in the highways subsector by carrying out a training program. In addition, the project would support the Government's program for completing the national road network by constructing or improving about 230 km out of a total 4,000 km of missing links in the network. It would also support a national program of improving economic activity in rural areas through the construction or improvement of about 1,400 km of rural roads.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    1985/04/30

  • TIpo de documento

    Relatório sobre Avaliação do Pessoal

  • No. do relatório

    5408

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    China,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/06/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    China - Highway Project

  • Palavras-chave

    average annual daily traffic;local competitive bidding;capital construction;annual average growth rate;economic and sector work;Financial Management and Accounting;fluctuations in exchange rates;planning and design;national road network;passenger traffic;road transport industry;economic evaluation technique;Science and Technology;improving road safety;average load factor;seminars and workshops;freight traffic;economies of scale;exchange rate adjustment;road maintenance expenditure;annual inflation rate;analysis of traffic;vehicles per year;types of road;world market price;purchasing power parity;unit of output;uniform pricing system;total road length;road user charge;availability of fund;rapid traffic growth;vehicle operating cost;road and bridges;inland water transport;centrally planned economy;shortage of funds;rail freight traffic;variable interest rate;road design standard;weights and measure;choice of technology;amount of traffic;railways in freight;share of investment;rural road construction;classes of road;road user taxation;gnp per capita;provision of laboratory;trunk road network;growth of traffic;medical college;length of road;application of fine;types of traffic;provincial capital city;efficient economic activity;road investment;provincial road;highway network;road section;rural area;paved road;road link;highway design;government's policy;quality improvement;trucking company;coastal shipping;construction work;research program;highway research;highway investment;freight transport;civil works;expatriate consultants;county road;road density;transport development;highway planning;motor traffic;road pavement;Traffic Accident;price contingency;vehicle fleet;road traffic;staff development;train activity;fee revenue;industrial area;road condition;tariff rate;engineering design;construction material;provincial distribution;inland waterway;transport facility;local expertise;road congestion;traffic composition;transportation planning;laboratory equipment;administrative staff;government development;professional standard;modern technology;physical capacity;administrative classification;project costing;accident statistic;vocational school;technical school;vocational level;technical manpower;semiskilled worker;total traffic;manufacturing plant;work force;rural networks;project road;assembly plant;small factory;maximum extent;local demand;computer equipment;academic expert;transport economics;data bank;technological research;highway transportation;pavement strength;road deterioration;advanced technology;diesel power;road quality;transport terminal;autonomous region;administrative purposes;long-term process;road system;maintenance equipment;local enterprise;materials engineering;aerial photogrammetry;pavement width;highway maintenance;equipment management;construction management;asphalt concrete;pavement evaluation;longer distance;container truck;total fleet;heavy industry;transport department;highway construction;domestic demand;land area;fuel resource;railway operation;freight car;turnaround time;railway sector;electric locomotive;national highway;investment cost;operational efficiency;bulk product;municipal port;distribution cost;main transport;asphaltic concrete;income elasticity;domestic freight;domestic product;Learning and Innovation Credit;road freight;limited capacity;physical characteristic;cooperative organizations;coastal transport;construction equipment;foreign trade;bulk terminal;container berth;railway system;transport investment;construction standard;agricultural growth;consulting service;Consulting services;development policy;transport tariff;moving traffic;appraisal mission;public transportation mode;light industry;provincial budget;financial decision;capacity constraint;road planning;Economic Policy;transport mode;institutional objectives;increased demand;short distance;passenger travel;financial independence;annual investment;coal production;practical training;bulk fertilizer;road financing;reasons given

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