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Lima Urban Transport Project 
 
The main objective of the Lima Transport Project for Peru is to assist the Municipality of Metropolitan Lima (MML) in enhancing the economic productivity and the quality of life within the Lima Metropolitan area through improving mobility and accessibility for the metropolitan population, especially in the peri-urban poor neighborhoods by establishing an efficient, reliable, cleaner and safer mass rapid transit system. The specific project development objectives are to: (i) implement the new mass rapid transit system on the basis of a Public Private Partnership (PPP) with concessional bus corridor/feeder routes operations and fare collection system; (ii) improve access within low income areas through facilitating the use of low cost transport alternatives, such as bicycles and walking; (iii) strengthen the local institutional capacity to regulate and manage the metropolitan transport system on a sustainable basis; and (iv) reduce the negative environmental impact of motorized transport in Lima. The extension is necessary to: (i) implement the social mitigation plan. The project affects some owners of old buses and other parties related to this business. The project introduces modern buses that will replace several hundred old buses. A social plan has been finalized and its implementation will take place as the old buses are displaced by the new system. As said, the project will enter operations gradually. This process will take place beyond the current closing date; (ii) implement the communications plan, which was recently approved by the Bank, as well as the air quality monitoring network; and (iii) Reengage Protransporte and the Barranco representatives in light of the (Spanish Fund for Latin America and the Caribbean) SFLAC-Financed Traffic Management study, part of management's action plan for the on-going inspection panel. The study will have intermediate results by August 2010 and final results by September 2010.** 
  Last Updated  October 22 2014
Basic Information
Project StatusClosed 
Region Latin America And Caribbean 
Country/AreaPeru 
Major Sector (Sector) (%) Transportation (General transportation sector) (81%) 
  Public Administration, Law, and Justice (Sub-national government administration) (15%) 
  Health and other social services (Other social services) (4%) 
Old Major SectorN/A  
Old SectorN/A  
Env CategoryB  
Project IDP035740 
Bank Team Lead (Last Name, First)Ardila Gomez, Arturo  
Approval Date09-DEC-2003  
Closing Date30-APR-2011  
Borrower/RecipientGOVERNMENT OF PERU  
Implementing AgencyPROTRANSPORTE LIMA  

Financial
Main Loan/Credit #72090  
IBRD Commitment *45 
IDA Commitment *
IBRD + IDA Commitment *45 
Grant Amount *
Total Project Cost *134.4 
Product LineIBRD/IDA 
Lending InstrumentSpecific Investment Loan 

Development Outcomes And Goals
Targeted Thematic Outcomes...Supporting this Broader Dev't Goal
Pollution management and environmental healthEnsure environmental sustainability (MDG); Environmental commons (GPG)
Improving labor marketsEmpowerment, security & social inclusion (CAP)
Urban services and housing for the poorN/A (CAP)
Municipal governance and institution buildingN/A (CAP)
Injuries and non-communicable diseasesHealth (CAP)
Available Project Documents***
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Implementation Completion and Results Report (ICR), Vol.1 of 1 -27-MAR-2012 
Implementation Status and Results Report (ISRR), Vol. -20-MAY-2011 
Implementation Status and Results Report (ISRR), Vol. -27-FEB-2011 
Inspection Panel Report and Recommendation (IPR), Vol.1 of 1 -23-FEB-2011 
Investigation Report (INVR), Vol.1 of 1 -18-JAN-2011 
Other Urban Study (URB), Vol.1 of 1 -01-NOV-2010 
Project Paper (PJPR), Vol.1 of 2 -30-MAY-2010 
Project Paper (PJPR), Vol.2 of 2 -19-MAY-2010 
Working Paper (WP), Vol.1 of 1 -01-JAN-2010 
Inspection Panel Report and Recommendation (IPR), Vol.1 of 1 -15-DEC-2009 
Inspection Panel Report and Recommendation (IPR), Vol.1 of 1 -14-OCT-2009 
Environmental Assessment (EA), Vol.3 of 4 -27-JUL-2009 
Environmental Assessment (EA), Vol.2 of 4 -21-JUL-2009 
Guarantee Agreement (GA), Vol. -02-JUN-2004 
Loan Agreement (), Vol. -02-JUN-2004 
Guarantee Agreement (), Vol. -02-JUN-2004 
Loan Agreement (LA), Vol. -02-JUN-2004 
Project Appraisal Document (PAD), Vol.1 of 1 -06-NOV-2003 
Resettlement Plan (RPL), Vol.1 -30-JUN-2003 
Environmental Assessment (EA), Vol.1 of 4 -30-JUN-2003 
Integrated Safeguards Data Sheet (ISDS), Vol.1 -19-JUN-2003 
Project Information Document (PID), Vol.1 -16-JUN-2003 
Environmental Assessment (EA), Vol.4 of 4 -01-MAY-2003 
GEF Project Brief (GPB), Vol.1 of 1 -15-JAN-2002 
Grant or Trust Fund Agreement (GTA), Vol. -12-JAN-1998 
Grant or Trust Fund Agreement (GTA), Vol. -12-SEP-1996 
 
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