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Viet Nam - Second Highway Rehabilitation Project (Inglês)

Detalhes

  • Autor

    Viet Nam

  • Data do documento

    1996/01/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Plano de implementação do projeto

  • No. do relatório

    19177

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Vietnã,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Disclosure Status

    Eligible for Disclosure

  • Nome do documento

    Viet Nam - Second Highway Rehabilitation Project

  • Palavras-chave

    inland waterway;Internal rate of return;large civil works contracts;national competitive bidding procedure;national road network;vehicles per day;detailed engineering design;collection of toll;demand for transport;repair and reconstruction;road maintenance;road section;long-term sustainable development;average daily traffic;inland waterway network;transport infrastructure investment;length of road;road maintenance work;road transport industry;management and administration;degree of autonomy;Science and Technology;lines of responsibility;quality of work;short term visit;road construction industry;restrictive licensing arrangements;urban passenger transport;resettlement and rehabilitation;efficiency and quality;international roughness index;public road network;economic reform program;road user taxation;rail passenger transport;road passenger transport;urban public transport;waterways and port;motor vehicle fleet;human resource base;provision of road;resettlement action plan;number of road;standard and guideline;lack of resource;number of vehicles;real economic growth;international aid agencies;road and bridges;natural resource base;ports and waterways;accessible by road;high growth rate;Advisory services;passenger traffic;bus fleet;road condition;transport mode;private contractor;mountainous area;provincial road;pavement rehabilitation;air transport;public transportation mode;transport network;river crossing;axle load;rural transportation infrastructure;state enterprises;capital construction;aid agency;road traffic;Traffic Safety;road improvement;district road;village road;freight transport;hazardous locations;bridge repair;gravel road;road infrastructure;truck fleet;freight traffic;weight restriction;crushed stone;passenger fare;passenger travel;coastal shipping;construction supervision;transport company;secondary road;district authority;construction enterprise;construction company;water supplies;narrow street;institution building;regional experience;bidding procedures;general development;project finance;traffic operation;basic infrastructure;administrative level;regional disparity;important component;satisfactory progress;modal network;Construction Firms;vehicle inspection;consultancy service;resettlement resettlement;highway maintenance;recurrent maintenance;vehicle operation;travel expenses;construction activities;sea level;mountain slope;financial constraint;narrow road;port operation;traffic growth;contract supervision;research institute;technical standard;Consulting services;floor area;earth road;safety measure;parking space;procurement procedure;construction phase;flood problem;reconstruction work;international consultant;truck operating;inadequate law;safety issue;road safety;vocational school;fixed asset;Fixed Assets;remedial measure;shipping company;river transport;vehicle technology;moving vehicle;road damage;inappropriate policy;broad agreement;urban agglomeration;institutional framework;state management;basic structure;rural area;urban transport;agricultural activity;large bus;raw material;State Treasury;bus station;shared taxis;high fare;waiting time;average speed;vehicle availability;utilization rate;freight flow;safety hazard;spatial economic;fatality rate;industrialized country;Industrialized countries;short distance;market economy;vehicle operator;gdp deflator;construction material;interurban road;national highway;freight tonnage;approach road;moving traffic;agricultural produce;low density;foreign trade;military vehicle;transport service;construction standard;economic zone;spare capacity;asphaltic concrete;International Trade;temporary structures;main road;private transport;resource constraint;public expenditure;road freight;study estimate;donor assist;personal income;urban roads;road density;land area;private road;spatial distribution;government's strategy;fixed infrastructure;taxation policy;transport planner;gross weight;ferry crossing;river width;return trip;Command economy;economic efficiency

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