Planning, Connecting, and Financing Cities--Now : Priorities for City Leaders

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World Bank
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Lall, Somik V.
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2013-01-31T22:06:15Z
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2013-01-31T22:06:15Z
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2013-01-21
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This report provides Mayors and other policymakers with a policy framework and diagnostic tools to anticipate and implement strategies that can avoid their cities from locking into irreversible physical and social structures. At the core of the policy framework are the three main dimensions of urban development. · Planning— where the focus is on making land transactions easier, and making land use regulations more responsive to emerging needs especially to coordinate land use planning with infrastructure, natural resource management, and risks from hazards; · Connecting—where the focus is on making a city’s markets (for labor, goods, and services) more accessible to neighborhoods in the city and to other cities. Here the focus is also on investing in public transport, and pricing private transport fully; and · Financing— where the focus is on how a city can leverage its own assets to finance new assets for example, through land value capture, establishing creditworthiness for local governments and utilities to access domestic debt and bond markets and how to set clear and consistent rules to attract private investors to create jobs in cities. This report also distills lessons from prototypes urbanization diagnostics which have been piloted to reflect challenges for countries at nascent (Uganda, Vietnam), intermediate (China, India, Indonesia), and mature (Brazil, Colombia, South Korea, Turkey) urbanization. These diagnostics under the World Bank's Urbanization Review program have engaged strategic counterparts, such as those in national ministries of finance and planning, in thinking about policy choices that influence urbanization and city development.
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2013/01/17197253/planning-connecting-financing-cities-now-priorities-city-leaders
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978-0-8213-9839-5
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/12238
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English
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en_US
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Washington, DC: World Bank
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CC BY 3.0 IGO
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World Bank
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ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS
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AFFORDABLE HOUSING
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AFFORDABLE TRANSPORT
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AGGLOMERATION ECONOMIES
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AIR
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ASSETS
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AUCTIONS
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BANKS
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BASIC SERVICES
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BETTERMENT LEVIES
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BICYCLE COMMUTING
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BOND BANKS
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BOTTLENECKS
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BRIDGE
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BUS
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BUS FARES
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BUS ROUTES
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BUS SERVICES
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BUS TRANSPORTATION
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BUSES
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CAPACITY BUILDING
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CAR
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CAR TRANSPORT
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CARS
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CASH FLOWS
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CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT
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CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICTS
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CITY SIZE
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CIVIL SERVICE
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CLIMATE CHANGE
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CONGESTION
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CONSOLIDATION
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COST OF TRANSPORT
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COSTS OF TRANSPORT
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CREDIT MARKETS
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CREDIT RATINGS
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DEBT
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DEMAND FOR CAR OWNERSHIP
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DOMESTIC TRANSPORT
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DRAINAGE
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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
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EMISSION
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EMPLOYMENT
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ENERGY CONSUMPTION
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EXTERNALITIES
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FATALITIES
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FINANCE INFRASTRUCTURE
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FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
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FINANCIAL PLANNING
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FLOOR AREA
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FLOOR AREA RATIO
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FLOOR SPACE
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FREIGHT
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FREIGHT TRANSPORT
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GREENHOUSE GAS
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GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
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HIGH FARES
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HIGHWAY
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HIGHWAY INTERSECTIONS
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HOUSING CONSTRUCTION
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HOUSING PRICES
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INFRASTRUCTURE CAPACITY
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INFRASTRUCTURE CHARGES
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INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
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INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING
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INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT
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INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING
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INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
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INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES
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INTEREST RATES
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LABOR MARKETS
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LAND DEVELOPMENT
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LAND PRICES
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LAND SALES
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LAND SUPPLY
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LAND TENURE
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LAND USE
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LAND USE PATTERN
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LAND USE PATTERNS
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LAND USE POLICIES
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LAND VALUE
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LARGE CITIES
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LAWS
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LEASEHOLDS
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LIQUIDITY
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LOCAL AIR POLLUTION
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT
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LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
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MARITIME TRANSPORT
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MARKET VALUE
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MASS RAPID TRANSIT
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MASS TRANSIT
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MASS TRANSIT SYSTEM
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MATURITIES
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MEGACITIES
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METROPOLITAN AREAS
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METROPOLITAN CITIES
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MOTOR VEHICLE
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MOTOR VEHICLE USE
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MUNICIPAL
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MUNICIPAL BOND MARKETS
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MUNICIPAL BONDS
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MUNICIPAL FINANCE
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MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENTS
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MUNICIPAL REVENUE
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MUNICIPALITIES
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NATIONAL TRANSPORT
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NATURAL MONOPOLIES
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NATURAL RESOURCES
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NEIGHBORHOODS
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NETWORK OF EXPRESSWAYS
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OPERATING COSTS
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POLLUTION
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POPULATION DENSITIES
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POPULATION GROWTH
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PRIVATE MOTOR VEHICLES
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PRIVATE VEHICLES
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PRIVATIZATION
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PROPERTY OWNERS
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PROPERTY RIGHTS
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PROPERTY TAXES
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PUBLIC FINANCE
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PUBLIC POLICY
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PUBLIC SERVICES
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PUBLIC SUBSIDIES
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PUBLIC TRANSIT
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PUBLIC TRANSPORT
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PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
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RAIL
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RAIL NETWORK
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RAILROADS
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RAILWAYS
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RAPID TRANSIT
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RED LIGHT
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REGULATORY REFORM
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REVENUE BONDS
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REVENUE SOURCES
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RISK MANAGEMENT
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ROAD
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ROAD MAINTENANCE
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ROAD PROJECTS
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ROAD USERS
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ROADS
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SAFETY
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SANITATION
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SAVINGS
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SECONDARY CITIES
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SLUMS
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STREETS
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SUBURBS
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SUBWAY
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SUBWAY LINES
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TAX
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TAX COLLECTION
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TAXIS
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TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
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TOLL
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TOLL ROADS
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TOWN PLANNING
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TRAFFIC
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TRAINS
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TRANSIT FARES
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TRANSIT INVESTMENTS
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TRANSIT STATION
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TRANSIT STATIONS
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TRANSIT USE
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TRANSPARENCY
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TRANSPORT
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TRANSPORT CHOICES
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TRANSPORT COSTS
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TRANSPORT DEMAND
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TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE
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TRANSPORT INVESTMENTS
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TRANSPORT MARKETS
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TRANSPORT MODES
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TRANSPORT SECTOR
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TRANSPORT SERVICES
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TRANSPORT SUBSIDIES
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TRANSPORT SYSTEM
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TRANSPORTATION
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TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH
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TRANSPORTATION VOUCHERS
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TRIP
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TRIP LENGTHS
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TRIPS
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TRUE
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URBAN AREAS
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URBAN BUS
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URBAN DEVELOPMENT
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URBAN ECONOMY
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URBAN HIGHWAYS
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URBAN HOUSING
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URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE
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URBAN MOBILITY
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URBAN PLANNERS
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URBAN PLANNING
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URBAN POPULATION
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URBAN POVERTY
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URBAN REGENERATION
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URBAN SECTOR
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URBAN SPRAWL
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URBAN TRANSPORT
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URBAN TRANSPORT PLANNING
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URBAN TRANSPORT POLICY
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URBANIZATION
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USER FEES
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UTILITIES
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VEHICLE
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VEHICLE EMISSIONS
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WALKING
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WALKING DISTANCE
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WASTE
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WATER SUPPLY
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Planning, Connecting, and Financing Cities--Now : Priorities for City Leaders
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2013-01-23
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Publications & Research :: Publication
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Publications & Research :: Publication
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2013/01/17197253/planning-connecting-financing-cities-now-priorities-city-leaders
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http://siteresources.worldbank.org/EXTSDNET/Resources/Urbanization-Planning-Connecting-Financing-2013.pdf
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Poverty
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Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience
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Governance
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Transport and ICT
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Finance and Markets
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yes
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10.1596/978-0-8213-9839-5
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000333037_20130124112533
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17197253
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74920
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Academic Peer Review
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Urban Development :: Municipal Financial Management
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Urban Development :: Urban Services to the Poor
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Banks and Banking Reform
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Communities and Human Settlements :: Urban Slums Upgrading
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Transport Economics Policy and Planning
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Finance and Financial Sector Development
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Transport
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Urban and Resilience Mgmt Unit (UDRUR)

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