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IFRTD Case Study: Lessons in Rural Road Safety from Peru

Published:Dec 2006

(Français [PDF])

Innovative Technologies for Low-Volume Roads

Published:Oct 2006

Author:Olav Ellevset

Innovative Technologies for Low-Volume Roads

Published:Oct 2006

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Workshop Report -- LVSR Workshop 2006 in Accra, Ghana

Published:Sep 2006

Author:Mike Pinard, Charles Overby

Mainstreaming Gender in Transport -- A Resource Guide

Published:Sep 2006

Author:World Bank, DFID

Note on Pavement and Surfacing Technologies for Low-Volume Roads

Published:Sep 2006

Author:Mike Pinard, Charles Overby

Strengthening Urban Transport Institutions -- A Case Study of Lagos State

Published:Sep 2006

Author:Dayo Mobereola

RMI Matrix -- PDF Format

Published:Sep 2006

RMF Matrix Page

Published:Sep 2006

RMI Matrix -- Excel Format

Published:Sep 2006

Otta Seal in Ghana

Published:Aug 2006

Author:Charles Overby

Financing of Road Maintenance in Sub-Saharan Africa - Reforms and progress towards second generation road funds

Published:Aug 2006

Author:Mustapha Benmaamar

New Approaches to Sustainable Provision of Low-Volume Sealed Roads: General Introduction

Published:Aug 2006

Author:Mike Pinard

Two LVSR Cases from Kenya

Published:Aug 2006

Author:Charles Overby

Alternative Surfacing Technologies for Low-Volume Sealed Roads (LVSR) + Case Studies

Published:Aug 2006

Author:Charles Overby

Financing of Road Maintenance in Sub-Saharan Africa - Reforms and progress towards second generation road funds

Published:Aug 2006

(Français [PDF])

Alternative Materials and Pavement Design Technologies for Low-Volume Sealed Roads + Case Studies

Published:Aug 2006

Author:Mike Pinard

RMF Matrix -- Excel Format

Published:Jul 2006

Parent Document:RMF Matrix Page

RMF Matrix -- PDF Format

Published:Jul 2006

Parent Document:RMF Matrix Page

Transport Performance Indicators - Report on the Second Collection Cycle

The present document summarizes the findings after the second cycle of transport data collection in the context of the SSATP transport indicator initiative. By the end of July 2006, 15 countries1 had produced data out of the 21 currently involved.2 All those data have been compiled in a spreadsheet which is an annex to the present document. This second cycle shows some improvements over the first cycle in terms of data formatting and overall quality as well as comprehensiveness. Yet it was observed significant delays in getting those data together despite similar resources and procedures as for last year. On the institutional framework, very few changes have occurred despite the added tool of a questionnaire aimed at giving a quick and dirty institutional assessment of the national transport data system.

Published:Jun 2006

Author:Arnaud Desmarchelier

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