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KENYA: NATIONAL URBAN TRANSPORT IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

Kenya

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Project ID: P126321 | Project Status: Active

 

Abstract* last updated 17-JUL-2012
 
The objectives of the National Urban Transport Improvement Project for Kenya are to: (a) improve the efficiency of road transport along the Northern corridor; (b) improve the institutional capacity and arrangements in the urban transport sub-sector; and (c) promote the private sector participation in the operation, financing and management of transport systems. There are three components to the project, the first component being support to Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) to upgrade the...More»
 
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Project-At-A-Glance
Approval Date02-AUG-2012
Closing Date31-DEC-2018
Total Project Cost**300
RegionAfrica
Major Sector (Sector) (%)Transportation (Urban Transport) (79%)
 Public Administration, Law, and Justice (Public administration- Transportation) (21%)
Themes (%)HIV/AIDS (6%)
 Trade facilitation and market access (1%)
 Municipal governance and institution building (1%)
 Infrastructure services for private sector development (46%)
Environmental CategoryB
Bank Team LeadSethi, Kavita
Borrower/RecipientGOVERMENT OF KENYA
Implementing AgencyMINISTRY OF ROADS
Project Goals
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Available Project Documents
Procurement Plan (PROP), Vol.1 of 103-SEP-2014
Implementation Status and Results Report (ISRR), Vol.02-JUN-2014
Implementation Status and Results Report (ISRR), Vol.22-OCT-2013
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* The project abstract is drawn from the PAD, SAR or PGD and may not accurately reflect the project's current nature.
**Total project cost includes funding from World Bank and non-bank sources in US$ millions. Active and Closed projects show commitment at Board approval. It does not reflect any cancellations. Proposed (pipeline) and dropped projects show the forecast amount. The commitment amount for projects in the pipeline is indicative and may be modified during the project preparation.

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