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Economic & Sector Work :: Other Infrastructure Study

Benin : Transport Assessment Note for Roads, Airports, and Port Sectors

ACCELERATION ACCESSIBILITY ACCIDENT DATA ACCIDENT RATES ACCIDENTS ACTION PLAN AIR AIR TRAFFIC AIR TRAFFIC VOLUMES AIR TRANSPORT AIR TRANSPORT ACTIVITIES AIRPORT AIRPORTS ASPHALT BOTTLENECK BOTTLENECKS BUDGET ALLOCATION BUDGET ALLOCATIONS BUS BUS STOPS BUSINESS CLIMATE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CAPABILITIES CAPITAL EXPENDITURE CAPITAL EXPENDITURES CAR CARGO CARRIERS CARS CERTIFICATE COMMERCE COMMODITY COMPETITIVENESS CONNECTIVITY CONSTRUCTION CUSTOMER SERVICE CUSTOMS DEMAND FOR TRANSPORT DIESEL DRIVERS DRIVING ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS ELECTRICITY ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE EQUIPMENT FATALITIES FATALITY FATALITY RATE FATALITY RATES FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FINANCIAL RESOURCES FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FRAMEWORK FREIGHT FREIGHT MANAGEMENT FREIGHT TRANSPORT FUEL GASOLINE GASOLINE TAX GASOLINE TAXES GENERAL PUBLIC GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS GLOBAL MARKETS GOVERNMENT REVENUES GRAVEL GRAVEL ROAD GRAVEL ROADS GROWTH STRATEGY HEALTH EDUCATION HUMAN CAPACITY HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN RESOURCES IMT INCOME INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS INJURIES INJURY INJURY ACCIDENTS INSPECTION INSTITUTION INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK INTERMEDIATE MEANS OF TRANSPORT INVENTORY LAND USE LEGAL BASIS LICENSE LOCAL CONTRACTORS MAIN ROAD MAIN ROADS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MANUFACTURING MARITIME TRANSPORT MARKET ECONOMY MATERIAL MEANS OF TRANSPORT MINIBUS MOBILITY MODE OF TRANSPORT MOTOR VEHICLE MOTOR VEHICLES MOTORCYCLE MOTORCYCLES NATIONAL ROADS NATIONAL TRANSPORT NAVIGATION NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE OUTSOURCING PASSENGER PASSENGER TRANSPORT PASSENGERS PAVED ROADS PAVING PERIODIC MAINTENANCE POPULATION GROWTH PORT AUTHORITY PORT INFRASTRUCTURE PRICE OF PETROL PRIVATE INVESTMENT PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PRIVATE SECTOR PROTOCOL PUBLIC WORKS QUALITY OF SERVICE QUALITY OF TRANSPORTATION RAILROAD RAILWAY RAILWAY SECTOR REGULATORY FRAMEWORK RELIABLE ACCESS RESULT RESULTS RMI ROAD ROAD ACCIDENTS ROAD AUTHORITY ROAD CLASSIFICATION ROAD DENSITY ROAD FUND ROAD FUNDS ROAD INVESTMENT ROAD INVESTMENTS ROAD MAINTENANCE ROAD MAINTENANCE WORKS ROAD MANAGEMENT ROAD NETWORK ROAD NETWORKS ROAD PROJECTS ROAD SAFETY ROAD SECTOR ROAD TRANSPORT ROAD TRANSPORT SERVICES ROAD USE ROAD USER ROAD USER CHARGES ROAD WORKS ROADS ROUTES ROUTINE MAINTENANCE RUNWAY RURAL ACCESS RURAL AREAS RURAL ROAD RURAL ROAD MANAGEMENT RURAL ROAD NETWORK RURAL ROAD NETWORKS RURAL ROAD REHABILITATION RURAL ROADS RURAL TRANSPORT RURAL TRANSPORT SERVICES RURAL TRANSPORT STRATEGY SAFETY SAFETY INITIATIVES SAFETY ISSUES SANITATION SIGNALIZATION SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL SERVICES SPEED SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA SUPERVISION SUPPLY CHAIN SYNERGY TARGETS TAX TAXIS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TELECOM TERTIARY ROADS TOLL TOLL ROADS TOLLS TRACKING SYSTEM TRACTORS TRAFFIC TRAFFIC DEMAND TRAFFIC RULES TRAILERS TRANSIT TRANSIT TRADE TRANSPARENCY TRANSPORT TRANSPORT ACTIVITIES TRANSPORT CAPACITY TRANSPORT COSTS TRANSPORT DEMAND TRANSPORT EXPENDITURES TRANSPORT INDUSTRY TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURES TRANSPORT OF GOODS TRANSPORT OPERATORS TRANSPORT SECTOR TRANSPORT STRATEGY TRANSPORT SUPPLY TRANSPORT SYSTEM TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION DEMAND TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE TRANSPORTATION NETWORK TRANSPORTATION NETWORKS TRANSPORTATION SERVICES TRANSPORTS TRIPS TRUCK TRANSPORT TRUCKS URBAN ROADS USER GROUPS USERS VEHICLE VEHICLE FLEET VEHICLE OPERATION VEHICLE REGISTRATIONS
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Washington, DC
Africa | West Africa | Benin
2012-06-11T20:55:29Z | 2012-06-11T20:55:29Z | 2007-06-28

The purpose of this Economic Sector Work (ESW) is to: (i) provide a framework to help the government analyze transport sector issues and finalize the update of the transport sector strategy; and (ii) identify issues and challenges that can be addressed through donor funded operations. This ESW focuses on roads, air, and port transport. Transport infrastructure and services have a vital role to play in the economic and social development of the country. They were designed to facilitate the distribution and sale of income-generating products, mainly cotton; to promote goods transit towards neighboring countries; and to facilitate trade between towns and rural areas, and ensuring access to social infrastructure and services in the rural area. The formal transport sector contributes approximately seven percent of the gross domestic product (GDP), but its indirect contribution to the creation of added value is much greater.

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