Public private partnership models for development of sustainable urban transport systems

The report is a detailed analysis of five sustainable urban transport projects that have the highest potential to enter successful Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangements. These projects are: city bus operations, bus terminals, Intelligent Transport Systems, Public Bicycle Sharing (PBS) Schemes and street infrastructure. The report details out the key enablers and disablers that are likely to influence the success of PPP in these projects under the following heads: policy and institutional, planning and design, contractual arrangements and project implementation. Based on the analysis, the report proposes PPP models for each project category and detailed action-oriented recommendations for their successful implementation. Each proposed PPP model is backed by a feasibility analysis including financial feasibility, operational efficiency and the rules and responsibility of both the public and private sector under the PPP model.

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