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Impact Evaluation Study of the Bank Operations in the Road Sector in the Philippines

Impact Evaluation Study of the Bank Operations in the Road Sector in the Philippines

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The study aims to review and assess the broader issues concerning the effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, and impact of ADB operations in the road sector in the Philippines.
The study aims to review and assess the broader issues concerning the effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, and impact of ADB operations in the road sector in the Philippines.

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ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK
 
IES:PHI 97039
 
Impact Evaluation Study Series (Number 50)IMPACT EVALUATION STUDYOFBANK OPERATIONS IN THE ROAD SECTORIN THEPHILIPPINESDecember 1997
 
 
ABBREVIATIONS
 AADT - Annual Average Daily TrafficAC - Asphalt ConcreteADT - Average Daily TrafficAR - Appraisal ReportBOT - Build-Operate-and-Transfer DBST - Double Bituminous Surface TreatmentDPWH - Department of Public Works and HighwaysEIRR - Economic Internal Rate of ReturnEMK - Equivalent Maintenance Kilometer HDM-III - Highway Design and Maintenance Standards Model IIIHDM-IV - Highway Design and Maintenance Standards Model IVIES - Impact Evaluation StudyNTCP - Nationwide Traffic Counting ProgramOD - Origin-DestinationOECF - Overseas Economic Cooperation FundPCC - Portland Cement ConcretePCR - Project Completion ReportPMO - Project Management OfficePPAR - Project Performance Audit ReportPTSS - Philippine Transport Strategy StudyRES - Reevaluation StudySAPS - Special Assistance for Project SustainabilityTA - Technical Assistance
NOTES
(i) The fiscal year (FY) of the Government ends on 31 December.(ii) In this Report, "$" refers to US dollars.
IE-50
 

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