Transport-related Studies

Expanding Knowledge and Strengthening Capacity Building

This database serves as a knowledge repository for the CAREC transport sector. It provides access to documents and publications that focus on developments and issues in the transport sector as well as regional cooperation in the sector.

Publications in the database are from CAREC’s multilateral institution partners, other development partners in the CAREC region, research institutions, academia, and other sources.

5 Most Recent Studies View More Transport-related Studies
YearTitle and DescriptionVersion
Jun 2017The Almaty–Bishkek Economic Corridor
The Almaty–Bishkek Economic Corridor, which emanated from the Almaty–Bishkek Corridor Initiative, transforms the area into a single space where exchange of ideas, movement of goods and meeting people is fast, easy, and free of barriers. This fact sheet explains the corridor concept and its application through Almaty–Bishkek Economic Corridor (ABEC) development, shows the achieved milestones, and outlines the tasks ahead.
(CAREC)
English
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Jun 2017Lessons from ADB Transport Projects: Moving Goods, Connecting People, and Disseminating Knowledge
This publication shares 20 case stories bearing practical knowledge and lessons for transport projects across Asia and the Pacific region under different socioeconomic and political situations.
(ADB)
English
May 2017Trade and SDG 13 – Action on Climate Change
This paper assesses the interaction of international trade with climate policies, and the influence of trade on the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 13 on climate change.
(Prag, Andrew / ADB)
English
Apr 2017Asian Development Bank and Turkmenistan: Fact Sheet
ADB operations in Turkmenistan focus on enhancements to transport and energy sectors, with infrastructure projects fostering regional cooperation.
(ADB)
English
Mar 2017Afghanistan Transport Sector Master Plan Update (2017-2036)
The updated Plan recommends several urgently needed actions to help Afghanistan deliver on its wider development goals. It is intended to guide the government and donors in allocating and programming future funds to increase the efficiency of Afghanistan’s transport system.
(ADB)
English
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