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China - Hubei Inland Waterway Improvement Project (Inglês)

The development objective of Hubei Inland Waterway Improvement Project for China is to improve inland waterway transport capacity and reliability along the Han River in support of low carbon development. This project has two components. 1) The first component, Yakou Navigation-Hydropower Complex, aims at the construction of the Yakou Infrastructure Complex, comprising inter alia, the following structures: (i) A Grade III ship lock of up to 1,000 DWT vessel capacity; (ii) dam sluice gates; (iii) a powerhouse of up to seventy five megawatts (MW )capacity; (iv) a connection dam in three sections, connecting structures between the Han River banks; (v) fish pass and fish reproduction facilities; and (vi) a dam crest-access bridge in several sections along the ship lock, sluice gates and powerhouse. 2) The second component, Institutional Strengthening, aims to carry out : (i) technical assistance activities and training to enhance the institutional capacity of the Inland Waterway Transport (IWT) management authorities, particularly in areas related to IWT management, project management, sectoral policies, environment management, safety management, and waterway information systems; and (ii) a detailed cumulative impact assessment (CIA) and mitigation plan development for the conservation of fisheries and habitats in the Han River.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2018/04/27

  • No. do relatório

    PAD1860

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    China,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2018/05/20

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Board Meeting Date

    2018-05-18T00:00:00Z

  • Nome do documento

    China - Hubei Inland Waterway Improvement Project

  • Palavras-chave

    local and regional economic development; Economic Internal Rate of Return; Increasing Resilience to Climate Change; Annual Work Plan and Budget; Environmental and Social Impact; local power distribution company; operation and maintenance cost; environmental and social assessments; Institutional data; front end fee; inland waterway transport; gross domestic product; safeguard policy; Safeguard Policies; Local Economic Development; mode of transport; fish pass; road freight transport; traffic growth data; readiness for implementation; Cumulative Environmental impact; freight transport market; construction and operation; inland water transport; Grievance Redress Service; financial management manual; capacity for implementation; private sector financing; intermodal freight transport; lack of competition; conservation of natural; environmental safeguard policy; flood protection work; code of conduct; social and environmental; primarily due; social safeguard policy; procurement capacity assessment; interpretation of contract; grievance redress mechanism; transportation cost saving; future climate change; local government official; operation and management; power transmission line; river flow regimes; local labor market; enhancement of fish; annual work plans; extreme climatic event; global environmental benefits; climate change adaptation; conservation of fishery; alleviate Extreme Poverty; number of beneficiaries; international good practice; skilled labor force; greenhouse gas emission; central regions; navigation channel; counterpart fund; ship lock; logistics service; labor influx; upstream dam; external monitoring; environmental sustainability; intermodal transport; public transportation mode; sluice gate; transport mode; water resource; emergency response; integrated development; co2 emission; contract management; navigable waterways; transport network; larger vessels; engineering design; dry season; dam site; flood control; agricultural product; mitigation measure; transport cost; fish reproduction; dam operation; coastal region; water level; Exchange Rates; price variation; qualification criteria; operational issues; project costing; freight volume; hydrological investigations; construction period; experienced consultant; inland region; land loss; riparian habitat; operation risk; resettlement implementation; cumulative effect; restoration measure; social disturbance; safety status; institutional context; multimodal transport; financial analysis; result indicator; modal integration; cumulative impact; fish breeding; climate benefit; infrastructure constraints; industrial product; irrigation system; extreme scenario; water pipe; Gender Equality; Waste Management; affected persons; efficiency improvement; knowledge platform; sensitivity analysis; future demand; freight sector; flow data; procurement arrangement; stakeholder analysis; freight movement; government fiscal; vehicle purchase; fuel tax; rapid motorization; discretionary fund; discretionary revenue; fish migration; contract variation; resettlement activities; sediment transportation; hydraulic model; Job Creation; cash compensation; gender consideration; installed capacity; construction diversion; hydrological condition; construction impact; recreational opportunities; environmental footprint; conversion option; environment protection; affected households; citizen engagement; concrete mitigation; extreme event; riverine ecosystem; mitigation actions; internal monitoring; resettlement plan; cultivated land; technical standard; Financing plans; operational aspect; Power Generation; disbursement arrangement; waterway management; disbursement procedure; resettlement monitoring; financial sustainability; environmental aspect; market analysis; technical innovation; poor household; arable land; coal consumption; written agreement; development target; poor farming; coastal provinces; commercial vehicle; city clusters; metropolitan area; transport efficiency; main transport

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