This Note gives guidance on carrying
out feasibility studies for ‘capital’ road projects (rehabilitation and development) in developing and transition countries. In scope it deals with all types of road (trunk, urban and rural) that can accommodate motorized vehicles. It is intended for use by administrators, economists, transport planners and engineers in road and transport ministries, their organizations and local government who are responsible for preparing or appraising project submissions.
The approach includes consideration
of many aspects that support greater
sustainability, for example, setting the
appraisal within the context of an overall transport strategy and greater emphasis on social, environmental and policy issues.

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