Transportation Project Studies


  ▪ Feasibility Study on Transportation Project
  ▪ Urban Railway Development Project
  ▪ Capacity Development for O&M
  ▪ Public-Private-Partnership Project Planning

Transportation studies are an indispensable tool in the world of growth and development because an efficient transportation system is the scaffolding that holds and fuels the socio-economic activities of a locale, city, province, or region.

In the field of transportation project studies, ALMEC Corporation has been an exemplar in incorporating private financing in transport development projects and has an unwavering belief in sustainable operations, and effective maintenance mechanisms.

Keywords: Traffic Demand Analysis / Economic and Financial Viability / Social Environmental Impact / Institutional Arrangement for O&M / Human Resource Development / Public-Private Partnership (PPP) / Investment Environment / Built-Operate-Transfer (BOT) / TOD / Station Square / Inter-modal Facility / Public Involvement

Key project experiences

    Feasibility Study for the Dau Giay–Phan Thiet Expressway Project / Vietnam / private sector

    The Dau Giay-Phan Thiet Expressway Study is the first public-private partnership (PPP) expressway project in Vietnam. ALMEC Corporation designed the privately initiated project with the goal of helping reduce regional disparity through the proper spread of growth and investments in key regions of Vietnam.

    The 100 km Dau Giay–Phan Thiet Expressway forms part of Vietnam’s vital North–South transport axis connecting Hanoi, its seat of government with Ho Chi Minh City, its financial center. Due to the lack of government funds, this expressway was planned to be the first PPP expressway project in Vietnam. Moreover, the Dau Giay-Phan Thiet Expressway is also one of World Bank’s model projects relative to institutional improvement. In the study ALMEC Corporation tested the feasibility of the project under various socio-economic scenarios.

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    ∎ Intercity expressway (image of the project)

    Feasibility Study and Implementation Support on the CALA East-West National Road Project / Philippines / JICA

    An important component of the policy to decongest Metro Manila, one of the top five largest megacities in Asia, the Feasibility Study and Implementation Support on the CALA East-West National Road Project sketches a lateral alternative route to two provinces adjacent to Metro Manila. ALMEC Corporation evaluated alternative development scenarios for Cavite and Laguna, the two provinces that sits astride the megacity, and instituted a participatory approach particularly on the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) component for residents’ resettlement. Although this study was not directly connected to the Yen Loan, the project itself is still pursued by the World Bank and the private sector.

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    ∎ Rendering of the project

Related project experiences

  1. Ulaanbaatar City Urban Transport Project in Mongolia (UTPUB) (Mongolia, 2011, on-going)
  2. Hanoi City Urban Railway Construction Project (Vietnam, 2011, on-going)
  3. The Ho Chi Minh City Outer Ring Roads Technical Assistance Loan Project (Vietnam, 2011-2012)
  4. Urban Transport Development Project (Mongolia, 2009)
  5. Special Assistance for Project Implementation for Hyderabad ORR Project Phase I (India, 2008-2009)
  6. Feasibility Study and Implementation Program for Ho Chi Minh City UMRT Line 1 (east section) (Vietnam, 2005)
  7. The Development of the Public-Private Partnership Technique for the Metro Manila Urban Expressway Network (Philippines, 2002-2003)
  8. The Feasibility Study of the Proposed Cavite Busway System (Philippines, 2001-2002)

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