Improving Rural Mobility

Improving Rural Mobility

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Many inhabitants of rural areas in developing countries lack adequate and affordable access to transport infrastructure services, and this lack of transport opportunities constrains economic and social development. This report looks at the role of rural transport in reducing poverty and considers a range of issues affecting rural mobility including costs, stakeholders involved, population densities and competing services. It examines policies for promoting rural mobility including financial and regulatory considerations.Box 5 The importance of reaching critical mass Transport repairs in Madagascar Most of the 850 families in the village of ... But many carts stopped being used after their first tire puncture. ... Innovative use of motors and motorcycles in Cambodia Innovative transport systems have gained a critical mass of users in Cambodia.

Title:Improving Rural Mobility
Author: Paul Starkey
Publisher:World Bank Publications - 2002-01-01

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