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Investing in Sustainable Transport and Urban Systems: The GEF Experience23 August 2014 19:08:54Global Environment Facility (GEF)Improvehttp://www.thegef.org/gef/node/1541Investing in sustainable transport reduces carbon dioxide emissions and helps mitigate the potential impacts of climate change. But making these investments also pays off at the local level: GEF works with stakeholders to expand clean public transportation choices that also have the added benefits of lowering air pollution and reducing traffic congestion.
Integration for Seamless Transport23 August 2014 19:07:34ITFAvoid
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http://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/DiscussionPapers/DP201201.pdfThis paper builds on and updates earlier work by the author that attempted to analyse the reasons for the relative failure of integrated transport polices with particular reference to experience in the UK.
Improving the Practice of Cost Benefit Analysis in Transport23 August 2014 18:56:00ITFAvoid
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http://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/DiscussionPapers/DP201101.pdfCost-benefit analysis (CBA) is widely recognized to be helpful, even indispensible, for making good decisions on what transport projects to fund. It essentially aims to figure out which projects offer the best value for money, one of the core criteria for making decisions. However, the practical relevance of cost-benefit analysis does not always live up to its appeal in principle.
Implementing Sustainable Urban Travel Policies in Mexico22 August 2014 05:02:27ITFShift
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http://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/DiscussionPapers/DP201114.pdfThis report describes the main challenges to urban travel in Mexico. We focus on some of the basic causes of urban transport problems, and we analyze some urban travel policies that could be considered good practices towards sustainable urban development. Mexico City is the emblematic case.
Implementing Sustainable Urban Travel Policies in China22 August 2014 04:59:46ITFAvoid
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http://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/DiscussionPapers/DP201112.pdfUrban transport will have a great impact on sustainable development. China is now the leading producer of motorized vehicles, and people have gradually realized that we cannot sustain endless motorization. China has adopted a sustainable development policy for many years, promoting public transport in successive five-year plans.
Green Growth and Transport22 August 2014 04:56:51ITFImprovehttp://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/DiscussionPapers/DP201102.pdfThis section of the report briefly examines policies to support electric vehicles, vehicle replacement schemes and high speed rail and reviews the political economy of introducing congestion charges from experience to date with charging systems around the world. It ends with a review of indicators developed for the assessment of transport investments and policies.
GIZ Sourcebook Module 5a: Air Quality22 August 2014 04:54:22GIZAvoid
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http://www.sutp.org/component/phocadownload/category/48-5a?download=93:5a-aqm-enThis module serves to assist policy-makers and their advisers in developing countries to determine the best measures to abate air pollution with limited information. The material presented draws upon knowledge gained from countries worldwide and provides practical advice to developing countries on how to develop legally enforceable air quality standards and simplified clean air implementation plans.
GIZ Sourcebook Module 4e: Intelligent Transport Systems22 August 2014 04:51:06GIZAvoid
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http://www2.gtz.de/dokumente/bib/05-0523.pdfAdvanced technologies to assist in the management of traffic flow have been developing at a rapid pace for vehicles, buses, trains, and for the management of large public transport networks. Collectively, the various technologies are now known as intelligent transport systems (ITS). The purpose of this module is to assist decision makers and their advisers in developing cities understand what to consider to be able to make best use of ITS, what opportunities and challenges ITS may present, and how best to address the challenges and take advantage of the opportunities.
GIZ Sourcebook Module 4c: Two and Three Wheelers22 August 2014 04:48:55GIZShift
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http://www.sutp.org/component/phocadownload/category/44-4c?download=78:4c-ttw-enThis module focuses on Asian developing cities, as the two- and three-wheeler vehicle fleets-and associated challenges- are far higher in Asia than in other parts of the developing world. The consideration of two- and three-wheelers is divided into two broad categories: transport system issues in cities with high shares of passenger trips undertaken by motorcycles and air quality issues.
GIZ Sourcebook Module 4b: Inspection and Maintenance and Roadworthiness22 August 2014 04:46:21GIZImprovehttp://www.sutp.org/component/phocadownload/category/43-4b?download=74:4b-im-enSafety and emission improvements are the main challeneges for an increasing vehicle fleet in developing countries. While Government can set standards for safe, clean and fuel efficient cars, only an efficient Inspection & Maintenance (I/M) scheme can maintain safety levels (e.g. brakes, lights, chassis) and low emissions (e.g. exhaust gas test, OBD check). This module discusses recommendations around the main aspects of introducing an efficient inspection & maintenance program.
Gender and Transport22 August 2014 04:42:42ITFAvoid
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http://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/DiscussionPapers/DP201111.pdfAt present, many projects in developing countries aim to encourage access for women to services and means of transport, and to improve the participation of women in transport-related jobs. The account taken of gender in this way is justified by the fact that it enhances the effectiveness of actions in the transport sector and therefore has an increased impact on poverty reduction.
Funding Urban Public Transport: Case Study Compendium22 August 2014 04:39:57ITFAvoid
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http://www.internationaltransportforum.org/Pub/pdf/13Compendium.pdfThis compendium of case studies on urban public transport funding was developed as an input to the 2013 International Transport Forum Summit on Funding Transport (May 22-24, Leipzig). It serves to illustrate a variety of urban contexts, public transport services and funding mechanisms in a selection of International Transport Forum countries. It was jointly developed along with the International Association of Public Transport (UITP).
Fast Out of the Gate: How Developing Asian Countries can Prepare to Access International Green Growth Financing - Volume II22 August 2014 04:36:31USAIDAvoid
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http://lowemissionsasia.org/sites/default/files/pdf_file/FOTG_Vol_II.pdfThe purpose of Volume II is to supplement Volume I with additional and more detailed information about public and private sources of climate financing available to the developing Asian countries that are included in the USAID Low Emissions Asian Development (LEAD) program: Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Nepal, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Equitable Access: Remote and Rural Communities ‘Transport Needs’22 August 2014 04:20:37ITFAvoid
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http://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/DiscussionPapers/DP201119.pdfTransport in rural and remote regions receives considerable attention in research, but this is often focussed on specific means of resolving problems in those regions – for example, the role of demand-responsive bus services, or scope for attracting users to rail services. The aim of this paper is to take a broader view, firstly in defining what constitute “rural and remote regions”, and secondly in considering a wide range of public transport options available. Experience in Britain will be taken as a starting point, since extensive research has been conducted here, and rural issues are also a focus of much public debate at present. Findings from other European countries will also be examined.
Effective Regulatory Institutions: The Regulator's Role in the Policy Process, Including Issues of Regulatory Independence22 August 2014 04:15:38ITFAvoid
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http://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/DiscussionPapers/DP201021.pdfThis paper discusses three connected aspects of regulation: (1) what makes a regulatory authority effective; (2) what is the legitimate role of a regulatory authority in the making and implementation of policy, and how that role may be regarded by others, and (3) the issue of independence of regulation from undue political intervention.
Cart or Horse: Transport and Economic Growth22 August 2014 04:06:26ITFShift
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http://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/DiscussionPapers/DP201104.pdfThis paper argues that transport is more cart than horse, in that transport improvements are not the most important driver of economic growth for most countries. Nevertheless there are circumstances in which transport is particularly important. Big transport breakthroughs – such as replacing walking with railways, or creating a highways network for the first time – do have big effects, but these are unlikely to be seen again in developed economies. Instead transport in developed economies is best seen as having a supporting role. If it is neglected, it can constrain growth, as congestion and unreliable transport systems can exact a heavy price. But as long as the transport system is “good enough”, the returns to greater transport investment will be relatively limited.
Asset Management for Sustainable Road Funding22 August 2014 04:02:25ITFImprovehttp://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/DiscussionPapers/DP201313.pdfThis paper lays out a framework for managing complex asset systems, such as road networks, with a view to optimising life-cycle value of the asset base. It is based on discussions at the International transport Forum Roundtable on Sustainable Road Funding held in Paris 25-26 October 2012 and includes inputs from the ITF working Group on Infrastructure Adaptation to Extreme Weather and Climate Change.
Annual Monitoring Report Interactive Map22 August 2014 03:59:04Global Environment Facility (GEF)Avoid
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http://www.thegef.org/gef/RBMThe Annual Monitoring Review (AMR) mapping portal utilizes data provided by the GEF Implementing Agencies for projects under implementation in FY 2011. For projects since inception, that are not currently under implementation, data is extracted from the GEF's Project Management Information System (PMIS). The main concept behind the map is to create a public, user friendly portal for external parties to access data from the AMR and retrieve information in a less aggregated fashion.
Alternative Ways of Financing Infrastructure Investment: Potential for ‘Novel’ Financing Models22 August 2014 03:55:08ITFAvoid
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http://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/DiscussionPapers/DP201207.pdfThis report examines the issue of financing (transportation) infrastructure investment projects. It looks closely at what market failures result in the private sector not being able to cover the investment requirement itself. It then assesses the government failures associated with intervention, and identifies what public–private partnerships (PPPs) offer in overcoming these failures. The limitations of PPPs are then addressed, and the regulated asset base (RAB) model is introduced as a potential alternative, with an assessment of its advantages and disadvantages.
Africa Infrastructure Country Diagnostic Documents: Interactive MAP in PDF, all Countries22 August 2014 03:48:17AfDBAvoid
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http://infrastructureafrica.org/documents/tools/list/interactive-pdf-mapsInteractive infrastructure maps by country.
Africa Infrastructure Country Diagnostic Documents: ARCGIS Shape File, all Countries22 August 2014 03:40:05AfDBAvoid
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http://infrastructureafrica.org/documents/tools/list/arcgis-shape-filesShapefiles for ArcGIS. Users can use the files for analysis of African nations' transport infrastructure.
A Roadmap to Funding Infrastructure Development22 August 2014 03:10:03OECD/ITFAvoid
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http://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/DiscussionPapers/DP201209.pdfThis paper discusses the initiatives and procedures necessary for the successful development of large-scale transportation PPP projects from a developer’s point of view. The topics covered in this paper include: Project Procurement, Proper Risk Allocation. Direct Investments by Pension Funds, et al.
Vehicle and Infrastructure Cash-Flow Evaluation (VICE)1 August 2014 18:42:54VehiclesAnalysis ToolsNREL for Clean CitiesImproveAn updated Vehicle and Infrastructure Cash-Flow Evaluation (VICE) model developed by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) for Clean Cities allows fleet managers to assess the financial impact of converting fleets to run on compressed natural gas (CNG). Enhancements include the ability to assess vehicle acquisition and infrastructure investments together or separately, and additional graphical output makes it possible to visualize cash flow, payback period, petroleum displacement, and greenhouse gas reduction scenarios.
GIZ Sourcebook Module 4f: Eco Driving17 March 2014 03:44:35GIZImprovehttp://www.sutp.org/component/phocadownload/category/47-4f?download=90:4f-ed-enBuses in cities in developing countries are often old and fuel-intensive and are a major contributor to the negative environmental impacts in the urban areas. The driver of a vehicle is directly responsible for a more economical driving style. But he is not the only one in the chain of actors involved in transport to influence fuel consumption. Manufacturers, legislators, driving schools and vehicle holders- they all can influence the fuel consumption of vehicles in various ways. This module covers three main topics: defensive & economical driving; benefits of a more economical and defensive driving stylel and how to achieve this driving style.
Long-term energy consumptions of urban transportation: A prospective simulation of ‘‘transport–landuses’’ policies in Bangalore16 March 2014 03:53:12Energy Policy JournalImprovehttp://www.iddri.org/Publications/Publications-scientifiques-et-autres/BLEFEVRE_TranusBangalore_dec08-1.pdfThis study demonstrates that transit technologies affordable to an emerging city like Bangalore can significantly curb the trajectories of energy consumption and the ensuing carbon dioxide emissions, if and only if they are implemented in the framework of appropriate urban planning.
The Fantasy World of Private Finance for Transport via Public Private Partnerships15 March 2014 17:20:30ITFAvoid
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http://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/DiscussionPapers/DP201206.pdfThis paper reviews the experience of the UK’s transport PPPs and the financial costs of different types of PPPs to inform the international policy debate about the value or otherwise of using PPPs to secure and manage transport infrastructure.
Turn Down the Heat: Why a 4°C Warmer World Must Be Avoided15 March 2014 15:23:50World BankAvoid
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http://climatechange.worldbank.org/sites/default/files/Turn_Down_the_heat_Why_a_4_degree_centrigrade_warmer_world_must_be_avoided.pdfThis report provides a snapshot of recent scientific literature and new analyses of likely impacts and risks that would be associated with a 4° Celsius warming within this century. It is a rigorous attempt to outline a range of risks, focusing on developing countries and especially the poor.
Accessing Climate Finance for Sustainable Transport: A practical overview15 March 2014 15:20:34GIZAvoid
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http://www.transport2020.org/newsitem/77/accessing-climate-finance-for-sustainable-transport-updatedThis guide provides a snapshot of the available sources of climate finance that can be used to support land transport climate change mitigation activities in developing countries.
Technology Roadmap: Biofuels for Transport15 March 2014 15:18:28IEAImprovehttp://www.iea.org/publications/freepublications/publication/biofuels_roadmap.pdfThis roadmap identifies technology goals and defines key actions that stakeholders must undertake to expand biofuel production and use sustainably. It provides additional focus and urgency to international discussions about the importance of biofuels to a low CO2 future.
Towards a Framework for National Climate Finance Governance in Africa15 March 2014 15:17:16The Heinrich Böll StiftungAvoid
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http://www.za.boell.org/downloads/Towards_a_framework_for_national_climate_finance_governance_in_Africa_Final.pdfThe central ambition of this paper is to offer a framework for the appropriate climate finance architecture, one that identifies the key elements for a national set of institutional arrangements, and that would in its design serve to foster improved access and efficient, cost-effective, transparent, accountable, and equitable – including gender-equitable – utilisation of climate finance by countries in Africa.
TransportToolkit Prototype26 December 2013 21:04:02Nick LangleAvoid
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This is a test tool to set values needed for Exhibit search results
Transport-related impacts and instruments for sensitive areas9 November 2013 03:41:18European CommissionImprovehttp://ec.europa.eu/environment/air/pdf/sat/4_annexes.pdfThis report is a study on transport-related impacts on environmentally sensitive areas, and possible measures and policy instruments to address them.
Climate policies for road transport revisited (I): Evaluation of the current framework9 November 2013 03:35:54ElsevierImprovehttp://www.pik-potsdam.de/members/edenh/publications-1/CPFRTRI.pdfThis paper evaluates the effectiveness and efficiency of current climate policies for road transport that (1) target fuel producers and/or car manufacturers, and (2) influence use of alternative fuels and technologies.
Evaluating Public Transit Benefits and Costs: Best Practices Guidebook9 November 2013 01:39:00Victoria Transport Policy InstituteAvoid
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http://www.vtpi.org/tranben.pdfThis guidebook describes how to create a comprehensive framework for evaluating the full impacts of a particular transit service or improvement. It discusses best practices for transit evaluation and identifies common errors that distort results. Many of the techniques in this guide can be used to evaluate other modes, such as ridesharing, cycling, and walking.
Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center - Codes and Standards Resources15 February 2013 20:45:21Fuels & EfficiencyBest PracticesNational Renewable Energy LaboratoryImprovehttp://www.afdc.energy.gov/afdc/codes_standards.htmlThis resource provides an overview of codes and standards related to alternative fuel vehicles, dispensing, storage, and infrastructure to help project developers and code officials prepare and review code-compliant projects.
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