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Third Local Roads Project (Loan 1232-InO)

Third Local Roads Project (Loan 1232-InO)

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ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK PPA:INO 25344
PROJECT PERFORMANCE AUDIT REPORTON THETHIRD LOCAL ROADS PROJECT(Loan 1232-INO)ININDONESIADecember 2002
 
CURRENCY EQUIVALENTS
Currency Unit – rupiah (Rp)
At Appraisal At Project Completion At Operations Evaluation(Dec 1992) (Jan 2000) (Sep 2002)
Rp1.00 = $0.000483 $0.000133 $0.000113$1.00 = Rp2,071 Rp7,500 Rp8,850
ABBREVIATIONS
 ADB - Asian Development BankBAPPENAS - Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional (NationalDevelopment Planning Agency)BBNKB - vehicle ownership taxDAU - Dana Alokasi Umum (General Purpose Fund)DBST - double bituminous surface treatmentDGH - Directorate General of HighwaysDGRD - Directorate General of Regional DevelopmentDGRID - Directorate General of Regional Infrastructure DevelopmentDPUK - Dinas Pekerjaan Umum Kabupaten (District Public Works Office)EIRR - economic internal rate of returnINPRES - Instruksi President (Presidential Instruction)IPJK - Inpres Jalan Kabupaten (central government grants for roadworks)IRI - international roughness indexkm - kilometer KRMS - Kabupaten Road Management Systemm - meter MHA - Ministry of Home AffairsMOF - Ministry of FinanceOEM - Operations Evaluation MissionPBBKB - fuel surcharge tax for road transportpenmac - penetration macadamPCR - project completion reportPIU - project implementation unitPKB - annual vehicle registration feePPAR - project performance audit reportRepelita - Rencana Pembangunan Lima Tahun (Five-Year Development Plan)SDO - Subsidi Daerah Otonom (subsidy for autonomous region)SEID - Southeast Asia Infrastructure DivisionVOC - vehicle operating cost
NOTES
(i) The fiscal year (FY) of the Government and the executing agencies ended on 31 Marchuntil FY1999. After a transitional period of 9 months in FY2000 (April-December), thefiscal year was aligned with the calendar year. Starting January 2001, the fiscal year ends on 31 December.(ii) In this report, “$” refers to US dollars.
Operations Evaluation Department, PE-612
 
 
CONTENTSPage
BASIC DATA iii
 
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY iv
 
MAPS viiI.
 
BACKGROUND 1
 
 A.
 
Rationale 1
 
B.
 
Formulation 1
 
C.
 
Purpose and Outputs 2
 
D.
 
Cost, Financing and Executing Arrangements 2
 
E.
 
Completion and Self-Evaluation 2
 
F.
 
Operations Evaluation 3II.
 
PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION PERFORMANCE 4
 
 A.
 
Formulation and Design 4
 
B.
 
 Achievement of Outputs 4
 
C.
 
Cost and Scheduling 5
 
D.
 
Procurement and Construction 5
 
E.
 
Organization and Management 6III.
 
 ACHIEVEMENT OF PROJECT PURPOSE 7
 
 A.
 
Operational Performance 7
 
B.
 
Institutional Performance 9
 
C.
 
Economic Reevaluation 10
 
D.
 
Sustainability 11IV.
 
 ACHIEVEMENT OF OTHER DEVELOPMENT IMPACTS 13
 
 A.
 
Socioeconomic Impact 13
 
B.
 
Environmental and Social Impact 13
 
C.
 
Impact on Institutions and Policy 14V.
 
OVERALL ASSESSMENT 14
 
 A.
 
Relevance 14
 
B.
 
Efficacy 15
 
C.
 
Efficiency 15
 
D.
 
Sustainability 15
 
E.
 
Institutional Development and Other Impacts 15
 
F.
 
Overall Project Rating 16
 
G.
 
 Assessment of ADB and Borrower Performance 16VI.
 
ISSUES, LESSONS AND FOLLOW-UP ACTIONS 16
 
 A.
 
Key Issues for the Future 16
 
B.
 
Lessons Identified 17
 
C.
 
Follow-Up Actions 18

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