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Nigeria - Second Lagos Urban Transport Project (Inglês)

Ratings for the Second Lagos Urban Transport Project for Nigeria were as follows: outcomes were satisfactory, risk to development outcome was moderate, Bank performance was satisfactory, and borrower performance was also satisfactory. Some lessons learned included: a programmatic, long-term approach to the World Bank’s engagement is critical for the success of urban transport interventions; it is important to develop an incremental phased approach with a focus on early deliverability; The transition of the urban transport private sector is challenging, and competition for the market and integration of informal transport should be sought; In the creation of a unit within an institution, it is important to develop a thorough stakeholder analysis which recognizes and incorporates the system of incentives governing the institution’s behavior; experiences from around the world have taught that implementation of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is a major challenge and requires considerable up-front preparation and consensus building, with special attention to the soft side; The World Bank’s contribution to urban transport should be viewed beyond physical investments; a strong institutional basis for coordinated planning, implementation, and operations/regulation is critical for the success of urban passenger transport; BRT planning and design must be very context specific, reflecting market, physical and operational conditions in the corridor and the city in question; The Intelligent Transport System (ITS) being deployed needed to be planned in such a way that it would be flexible enough to accommodate multiple bus-operator models, to potentially introduce smart cards for BRT, and to facilitate integration with other modes of transport in the future.


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    Nigeria - Second Lagos Urban Transport Project

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    Urban and Rural Development;Governance and Public Sector Management;pavement management system;Institutional Development and Capacity;project monitoring and evaluation;Central Bureau of Statistics;household expenditure on transport;Exchange Rates;sustainable urban transport;reallocation of resource;quality of supervision;Public Transport;intermediate outcome;assessment of outcome;theory of change;quality at entry;number of passengers;number of women;average travel speed;public transport service;delay in procurement;supply and installation;data collection method;local government road;urban transport development;senior government official;public transport sector;sense of ownership;internal control system;public transport infrastructure;safety of pedestrian;reallocation of fund;segments of society;types of service;traffic management planning;public transport company;institutional capacity building;public transport planning;development of information;national transport policy;improving service delivery;investments in infrastructure;length of road;emission from vehicle;average travel time;geographic information system;assessment of risk;reduced carbon dioxide;traffic management institution;cost of production;quality and efficiency;transport policy formulation;integrated transport system;local traffic management;local government area;quality of infrastructure;multiple private operators;mass transit system;physical cultural resources;Environmental Management Plan;source of financing;standard of living;



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