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    • 1. Issues in Urban Transport in South Asia - Defining an agenda Chris Hoban India Transport Team Leader The World Bank
    • 2. World Bank Urban Transport Activities in South Asia
      • Focused urban transport projects
          • Colombo
          • Dhaka
          • Mumbai
          • Lahore
      • Infrastructure & urban development funds
      • City Development Strategies
    • 3. Urban Transport Issues
      • Managing what we have
      • Investment strategy
      • Planning: analysis & consultation
      • Policy, pricing, regulation
      • Agency effectiveness & customer service
    • 4. Urban Transport Managing existing assets & services
      • Asset management
          • maintenance & renewal generally highly cost-effective
          • need sustainable maintenance strategy
      • Traffic management
          • improves efficiency at relatively low cost
          • often needs skill development & coordination
          • safety, emissions
      • Transport service management
          • key outcome is better accessibility
          • especially for the poor and vulnerable
    • 5. Urban Transport Investment strategy development
      • Strategic choices
        • modes: road, rail, bus, taxi, pedestrian, non-motorized
        • incremental upgrades, or
        • new capacity and infrastructure
          • flyovers
          • metros, light rail
          • urban fringe development
      • Role for private initiative & finance
        • encourage efficient private investment
        • benefits of private sector management
    • 6. Urban Transport Planning
      • How to evaluate investment choices?
      • Analytical tools
          • impacts of more or less spending on each category
          • network effects of specific investments
          • behavioral changes from changes in supply
          • who benefits?
      • Informed public participation
          • why don’t technical and political choices match?
          • listening to the customer, the poor, transport users
          • reduce risk of later delays and re-thinking
    • 7. Urban Transport Policy, pricing, & regulation
      • Policies
          • promote efficiency in private and public choices
          • promote efficient private sector participation
          • promote safety and service
      • Pricing
          • cost recovery to improve service efficiency
          • encourage balanced use of different modes
      • Regulation
          • minimum but effective controls
          • needs improved enforcement & monitoring
    • 8. Urban Transport Public sector effectiveness
      • Focus on outcomes and customer service
      • Monitor and manage outcome performance
      • Improve efficiency and effectiveness
      • Transparency in plans & achievements
      • Consultation and participation of stakeholders

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