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Financing: What We Do

The World Bank, alone or in collaboration with partner organizations, assists client countries and cities in mobilizing financial resources and expertise to develop urban transport projects and policies that support public transport and non-motorized transport modes while promoting equity, sustainability and safety.

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URBAN TRANSPORT INVESTING BY REGION


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Africa:
$507 million
East Asia & Pacific:
$632 million
Europe & Central Asia:
$62 million
Latin America & Caribbean:
$2,046 million
Middle East & North Africa:
$103 million
South Asia:
$643 million
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URBAN TRANSPORT PROJECTS

Active | Closed 

Africa
Ghana Urban Transport Project
Active, June 21, 2007
Lagos Urban Transport Project 

East Asia and Pacific
China GEF-World Bank Urban Transport Partnership Project
Active, June 24, 2008
Wuhan Urban Transport Project
Active, March 9, 2004

Europe and central Asia
Romania Transport Restructuring Project
Closed, November 6, 2004

Latin America and Caribbean
Colombia Integrated Mass Transit Systems Project
Active, August 4, 2009
Sao Paulo Trains and Signaling Project
Active, May 1, 2008

Middle East and North Africa
Morocco Urban Transport DPL

Amman Development Corridor Project
Active, June 3, 2004

South Asia
India Sustainable Urban Transport Project
Active, December 10, 2009
Mumbai Urban Transport Project
Active, June 18, 2002
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RELATED CONTENT

Urban Transport Pricing and Finance (PDF, 98KB)
World Bank Financing Products 
 
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RESULTS

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Implementing Urban Transport in Colombia
Starting in the late 1990s, the Programa Nacional de Transporte Urbano helped transform Colombia’s urban transport system. The approaches under this program are now considered international best practice and have been replicated by cities around the world
to address their transportation challenges.



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