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Rural Road Investment Efficiency : Lessons from Burkina Faso, Cameroon, and Uganda

ACCESS ROADS ACCESS TO MARKETS ACCESSIBILITY AFFORDABLE TRANSPORT AGRICULTURAL GROWTH AGRICULTURAL OUTPUT AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AGRICULTURAL VALUE AID EFFECTIVENESS ANIMAL-DRAWN CARTS BETTER ROAD BICYCLE BICYCLE PATH BICYCLES BIKES BITUMEN BRIDGE BRIDGES BUFFER ZONE CAR CARGO CARS CASH CROPS CATCHMENT CATCHMENT AREA COMMERCIAL FARMERS COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS COSTS OF TRANSPORT CROP PRODUCTION CROP YIELDS CULVERTS DISABILITIES DISTRICT ROADS DITCHES DRAINAGE ECONOMIES OF SCALE ELDERLY PEOPLE EXTERNALITIES FARM SIZE FARMERS FEEDER ROAD FEEDER ROADS FINANCIAL BURDEN FLEET EFFICIENCY FOOD CONSUMPTION FOOD CROPS FOOD PRICE FOOTBRIDGES FRAMEWORK FREIGHT FUEL FUEL CONSUMPTION GPS GRAVEL GRAVEL ROAD GRAVEL ROADS HIGH POPULATION DENSITY HIGHWAY HIGHWAYS HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION HOUSEHOLD INCOME HOUSEHOLD SIZE HOUSEHOLD SURVEY HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS IMPACT OF TRANSPORT IMT INCOME INCOME GAP INCOME GROWTH INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT INTERMEDIATE MEANS OF TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL ROAD FEDERATION INVESTMENT IN ROADS JOURNEY LACK OF INFRASTRUCTURE LANDSLIDES LOCAL AUTHORITIES MAIN ROAD MAIN ROADS MEANS OF TRANSPORT MODE OF TRANSPORT MODE OF TRANSPORTATION MODES OF TRANSPORT MOTORCYCLE MOTORCYCLES MOTORIZED TRANSPORT NATIONAL ROADS NATIONAL TRANSPORT OVERLAY PASSENGER PATHS PAVEMENT PEDESTRIANS PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION PERIODIC MAINTENANCE PIARC POLITICAL ECONOMY POOR POOR PEOPLE POOR ROAD POOR ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE POPULATION DENSITY PORTS POTHOLES POVERTY ANALYSIS POVERTY LINE POVERTY RATES POVERTY REDUCTION PROFIT MARGIN PUBLIC ROADS PUBLIC SPENDING PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION PUBLIC WORKS RAIN RECONSTRUCTION REGIONAL ROADS REMOTE COMMUNITIES REPAVING RESURFACING ROAD ROAD ACCESS ROAD ACCESSIBILITY ROAD ACCIDENTS ROAD ALIGNMENT ROAD CHARACTERISTICS ROAD CONDITIONS ROAD DETERIORATION ROAD DEVELOPMENT ROAD IMPROVEMENTS ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE ROAD INVESTMENT ROAD INVESTMENTS ROAD MAINTENANCE ROAD NETWORK ROAD NETWORKS ROAD PLANNING ROAD PROJECTS ROAD QUALITY ROAD ROUGHNESS ROAD SECTOR ROAD SYSTEM ROAD TRANSPORT ROAD TRANSPORT SERVICES ROAD TYPE ROAD TYPES ROAD-USER ROUGHNESS PREDICTIONS ROUTINE MAINTENANCE RURAL RURAL ACCESS RURAL ACCESS ROADS RURAL AREA RURAL AREAS RURAL COMMUNITIES RURAL CONSUMERS RURAL DEVELOPMENT RURAL GROWTH RURAL HOUSEHOLDS RURAL MOBILITY RURAL PEOPLE RURAL POPULATION RURAL POPULATIONS RURAL POVERTY RURAL PRICES RURAL ROAD RURAL ROAD DENSITY RURAL ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE RURAL ROAD INVESTMENT RURAL ROAD INVESTMENTS RURAL ROAD PROJECTS RURAL ROAD REHABILITATION RURAL ROADS RURAL TRANSPORT RURAL TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE SAFETY SECONDARY ROADS SMALL FARMS SPAN TAXIS TERRAIN TERTIARY ROAD NETWORK TRACKS TRAFFIC TRAFFIC GENERATION TRAFFIC GROWTH TRAFFIC LEVELS TRAIL TRANSACTION COSTS TRANSPORT TRANSPORT ACCESS TRANSPORT ACCESSIBILITY TRANSPORT BURDEN TRANSPORT COST TRANSPORT COST SAVINGS TRANSPORT COSTS TRANSPORT DEMAND TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE TRANSPORT INVESTMENT TRANSPORT MODES TRANSPORT OPERATORS TRANSPORT PRICE TRANSPORT PROJECTS TRANSPORT QUALITY TRANSPORT REQUIREMENTS TRANSPORT SERVICE TRANSPORT SERVICE PROVIDERS TRANSPORT TARIFFS TRANSPORT TIME TRANSPORTATION COSTS TRANSPORTATION FACILITY TRAVEL TIME TRIP TRUCK TRANSPORT TRUCKING TRUCKS TRUE TUNNELS TYPE OF TRANSPORT TYPES OF ROADS UNPAVED ROADS URBAN TRANSPORT USER COSTS VALUE OF TIME VEHICLE VEHICLE MAINTENANCE VEHICLE OPERATING VEHICLE OPERATING COST VEHICLE OPERATING COSTS VEHICLE OPERATION VEHICLE SPEED VEHICLE TRAFFIC VEHICLE TYPES VEHICLES VERGE WALKING WALKING DISTANCE WALKING TIME
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World Bank
Africa | East Africa | West Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | Sahel | Cameroon | Cameroon | Burkina Faso | Uganda
2012-03-19T09:33:16Z | 2012-03-19T09:33:16Z | 2010

This report is the second in a series of studies on transport and aid effectiveness in Sub-Saharan Africa. It follows a study on transport costs and prices along the main international trade corridors (Teravaninthorn and Raballand 2008). One of the principal findings of the research on international corridors in Africa was that trucking market structure and regulation differ widely among sub-regions in Sub-Saharan Africa; therefore, transport prices (but not necessarily transport costs)1 differ greatly among sub-regions and corridors. The trucking environment and market structure in West and Central Africa are characterized by cartels offering low transport quality, whereas in East Africa, the trucking environment is more competitive and the market is more mature. Much of the transport price burden along African corridors seems to depend on the political economy of freight logistics.

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