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Yemen, Republic of - Urban Transport in Sana’a : Strategy Note

ACCESSIBILITY ACCIDENTS AIR AIR POLLUTION ALTERNATIVE MODES ANGLE PARKING ARTERIES ARTERY AUTOMOBILE BOTTLENECKS BUS BUS LANES BUS NETWORK BUS STATIONS BUS STOPS BUSES CAR CAR DEPENDENCE CAR TRAFFIC CAR USE CARS CAUSES OF ACCIDENTS CITY TRANSPORT COMPREHENSIVE URBAN TRANSPORT COMPREHENSIVE URBAN TRANSPORT STRATEGY CRASHES CROSSING CURB PARKING DAILY TRAFFIC DEMAND FOR MOBILITY DOUBLE PARKING DRAINAGE DRIVERS DRIVING EMISSION EMISSION STANDARDS ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS ENFORCEMENT OF TRAFFIC REGULATIONS ENFORCEMENT OF TRAFFIC RULES EXCLUSIVE BUS LANES EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS EXPRESSWAYS EXTERNALITIES FUEL HIGH TRAFFIC VOLUMES HIGHWAYS IMPACT OF TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS INNER RING INNER RING ROAD INNER RING ROADS INTERSECTIONS LAND TRANSPORT LAND USE LAND-USE PLANNING LANES LONG DISTANCES MAIN TRANSPORT MEANS OF TRANSPORT MINIBUSES MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT MOBILITY MANAGEMENT MODAL SPLIT MODAL SPLIT ANALYSIS MODE OF TRANSPORT MODES OF TRANSPORT MOTORIZATION RATE NEIGHBORHOODS OUTER RING ROAD OUTER RING ROADS PASSENGERS PEAK HOURS PEDESTRIAN PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENTS PEDESTRIAN CROSSING PEDESTRIAN CROSSINGS PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENTS PEDESTRIAN NEEDS PEDESTRIAN NETWORK PEDESTRIAN ROUTES PEDESTRIAN VOLUMES PEDESTRIANS POLLUTION POLLUTION PROBLEMS POPULATION DENSITIES POPULATION GROWTH PRIVATE AUTOMOBILES PRIVATE OPERATORS PRIVATE TRAFFIC PUBLIC TRANSPORT PUBLIC TRANSPORT INDUSTRY PUBLIC TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE PUBLIC TRANSPORT MODES PUBLIC TRANSPORT NETWORK PUBLIC TRANSPORT OPERATORS PUBLIC TRANSPORT PLANNING PUBLIC TRANSPORT SECTOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT SERVICE PUBLIC TRANSPORT SERVICE PLANNING PUBLIC TRANSPORT SERVICES PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEM PUBLIC TRANSPORT TRIPS PUBLIC TRANSPORT USERS PUBLIC TRANSPORT VEHICLES PUBLIC WORKS RAPID TRANSIT REALLOCATION OF ROAD REALLOCATION OF ROAD SPACE RIGHT OF WAY RIGHT-TURN MOVEMENTS RING ROAD RING ROADS ROAD ROAD CAPACITY ROAD HIERARCHY ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE ROAD LINKS ROAD MAINTENANCE ROAD MARKINGS ROAD NETWORK ROAD SAFETY ROAD SPACE ROAD SYSTEM ROAD USERS ROADS ROADWAY ROUTE ROUTES SAFE CROSSING SHORT-TERM PARKING SIDEWALKS STREET CROSSINGS STREET LIGHTING STREET PARKING STREETS SUBURBS TAXIS TRAFFIC TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS TRAFFIC CAPACITY TRAFFIC CONGESTION TRAFFIC CONTROL TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES TRAFFIC CROSSING TRAFFIC DEMAND TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT TRAFFIC ENGINEERING TRAFFIC ENGINEERS TRAFFIC FLOWS TRAFFIC LANE TRAFFIC LIGHTS TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT MEASURES TRAFFIC OPERATIONS TRAFFIC POLICE TRAFFIC PROBLEMS TRAFFIC SIGNAL TRAFFIC SIGNALS TRAFFIC SPEED TRAFFIC VOLUMES TRANSPORT CORRIDORS TRANSPORT DEMAND TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT TRANSPORT PLAN TRANSPORT PLANNERS TRANSPORT PLANNING TRANSPORT PLANNING PROCESS TRANSPORT POLICIES TRANSPORT POLICY ISSUES TRANSPORT POLICY MEASURES TRANSPORT PROBLEMS TRANSPORT PROJECTS TRANSPORT REGULATION TRANSPORT SAFETY TRANSPORT SECTOR TRANSPORT SERVICE PROVIDERS TRANSPORT STRATEGIES TRANSPORT STRATEGY TRANSPORT TERMINALS TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES TRANSPORTATION PLANNING TRAVEL TIMES TRIPS TRIPS BY FOOT TRUCK TRAFFIC TRUCKS TRUE TUNNELS TYPES OF VEHICLES UNDERGROUND URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE URBAN MOBILITY URBAN PUBLIC TRANSPORT URBAN ROAD URBAN SPRAWL URBAN STRUCTURE URBAN TRANSPORT URBAN TRANSPORT PLANNING URBAN TRANSPORT POLICIES URBAN TRANSPORT POLICY URBAN TRANSPORT PROBLEMS URBAN TRANSPORT SECTOR URBAN TRANSPORT STRATEGIES URBAN TRANSPORT STRATEGY URBAN TRANSPORT SYSTEM URBAN TRANSPORT SYSTEMS URBAN TRIPS VEHICLE VEHICLE OPERATING VEHICLE OPERATING COSTS VEHICLE REGISTRATION VEHICLE SAFETY VEHICLES WALKING WALKING TRIPS
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World Bank
Middle East and North Africa | Middle East | Yemen, Republic of
2012-03-19T10:26:19Z | 2012-03-19T10:26:19Z | 2010-09-01

Yemen, the fastest urbanizing country in the Middle East and North Africa region, has a very limited natural resource base and the efficiency of its cities is therefore essential for its future economic growth. However, this efficiency is increasingly handicapped by the poor performance of urban transport, especially in the capital Sana'a. This report presents the main findings of this review and makes key recommendations to improve the efficiency of urban transport in Sana'a. It contains the following chapters: a first chapter presents the general context of the study, characterized by fast demographic and spatial growth in Sana'a, causing major difficulties in terms of urban transport management; a second chapter analyses and describes the main underlying issues affecting the performance and efficiency of Sana'a transport system; a third chapter presents institutional, technical and financing recommendations to improve the performance of Sana'a transport system; and a fourth chapter presents a tentative three-year action plan for implementation of the recommendations.

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