Planning for the Laobaixing : Public Participation in Urban Transport Project, Liaoning, China

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Chen, Wenling
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Mehndiratta, Shomik Raj
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2014-04-07T21:47:41Z
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2014-04-07T21:47:41Z
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2006-07
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2021-04-23T14:03:39Z
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International experience suggests that in the realm of urban transport, a public participation process can be a valuable complement to the technical planning process in generating good projects with widespread distributional benefits that minimize concentration of adverse impacts. If properly designed, participation processes also offer an opportunity to incorporate the interests of vulnerable groups into the planning process. This paper presents a recent case study of a World Bank financed urban infrastructure improvement project in Liaoning, China, where the successful development of a meaningful public participation process influenced project design to better address the broad needs of the project beneficiaries. Particularly, the participatory process significantly influenced the project design and raised city leaders' sensitivity to public needs. Through the process the project shifted focus from major road expansion to secondary road improvements. Additionally, the participation processes picked up latent issues to better address needs of non-auto users, women and other urban vulnerable. The outcomes of the Liaoning participatory project indicate that a mainstreamed participatory process offers the potential to systematically reveal and address critical issues and public needs early in the planning process, which leads to higher value projects to accomplish investment goals.
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2006/07/18844543/planning-laobaixing-public-participation-urban-transport-project-liaoning-china
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/17682
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English
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en_US
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World Bank, Washington, DC
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CC BY 3.0 IGO
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/igo/
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ACCESSIBILITY
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AIR
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AIR QUALITY
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ALTERNATIVE MODES
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AUTO USERS
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BICYCLE FACILITIES
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BICYCLE LANES
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BICYCLE PARKING
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BICYCLISTS
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BIKE LANE
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BIKE LANES
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BIKE PATH
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BUS
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BUS ACCESS
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BUS DRIVERS
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BUS FARES
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BUS PARKING
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BUS PRIORITY
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BUS PRIORITY LANES
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BUS ROUTES
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BUS ROUTING
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BUS SERVICES
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BUS STATIONS
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BUS STOP
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BUS STOPS
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BUS USERS
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BUSES
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CAR
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CITIES
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COMMERCIAL DISTRICTS
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COMMUNITIES
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CONGESTION
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CONSTRUCTION
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COSTS OF TRAVEL
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CROSSING
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CYCLISTS
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DISADVANTAGED POPULATIONS
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DRAINAGE
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DRIVERS
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DRIVING
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ENGINEERS
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FEMALE
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FEMALES
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FRAMEWORK
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FREIGHT
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FREIGHT TRAFFIC
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GENDER
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HEAVY TRAFFIC
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HIGH SPEEDS
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HIGHWAY
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HOUSEHOLDS
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HOUSES
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INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
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INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT
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INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
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INTEREST GROUPS
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INTERSECTION
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INTERSECTIONS
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LACK OF BUS PRIORITY
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LOCAL AUTHORITIES
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MAIN ROAD
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MAIN ROADS
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MIXED TRAFFIC
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MOBILITY
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MODE OF TRAVEL
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MOTOR VEHICLE
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MOTORCYCLE
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NOISE
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NOISE POLLUTION
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OVERPASSES
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PAVEMENT
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PAVEMENT CONDITION
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PAVEMENT CONDITIONS
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PEDESTRIAN
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PEDESTRIAN CROSSING
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PEDESTRIAN SAFETY
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PEDESTRIANS
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PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
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PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROCESS
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PUBLIC ROAD
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PUBLIC TRANSPORT
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PUBLIC TRANSPORT NETWORK
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PUBLIC TRANSPORT SERVICE
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PUBLIC TRANSPORT SERVICES
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PUBLIC TRANSPORT SHARE
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PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
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RAIL
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RAIL CROSSINGS
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RAIN
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RESETTLEMENT
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RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS
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RING ROAD
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ROAD
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ROAD CONSTRUCTION
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ROAD CROSSINGS
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ROAD EXPANSION
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ROAD EXPANSIONS
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ROAD FACILITIES
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ROAD IMPROVEMENTS
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ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE
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ROAD MAINTENANCE
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ROAD PAVEMENT
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ROAD REHABILITATION
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ROAD SAFETY
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ROAD SYSTEM
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ROAD WIDENING
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ROADS
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ROUGHNESS
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ROUTES
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SAFETY
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SAFETY AT INTERSECTIONS
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SAFETY ELEMENTS
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SECONDARY ROADS
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SIDEWALKS
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SIGNAGE
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SOCIAL SCIENCE
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SPEED
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STREET LIGHTING
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STREET LIGHTS
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STREETS
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TRAFFIC
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TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS
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TRAFFIC CONGESTION
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TRAFFIC FLOW
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TRAFFIC INTERSECTIONS
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TRAFFIC LIGHTS
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TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
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TRAFFIC PRESSURE
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TRAFFIC REGULATION
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TRAFFIC RULES
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TRAFFIC SAFETY
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TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS
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TRANSPORT EFFICIENCY
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TRANSPORT FACILITIES
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TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT
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TRANSPORT NETWORK
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TRANSPORT PROBLEMS
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TRANSPORT SAFETY
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TRANSPORTATION
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TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT
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TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE
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TRANSPORTATION PLANNERS
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TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
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TRANSPORTATION PLANNING PRACTICES
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TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS
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TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS
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TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH
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TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
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TRAVEL COSTS
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TRAVEL PATTERNS
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TRIP
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TRIP MAKING
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TRIPS
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TUNNEL
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TUNNEL LIGHTING
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UNDERGROUND
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UNDERPASSES
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URBAN COMMUNITIES
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URBAN DEVELOPMENTS
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URBAN EXPANSION
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URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE
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URBAN PLANNING
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URBAN TRANSPORT
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URBAN TRANSPORT PLANNING
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URBAN TRANSPORT PROJECT
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URBAN TRANSPORT SYSTEM
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URBAN TRANSPORT SYSTEMS
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URBAN TRANSPORTATION
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URBAN TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
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VEHICLE DRIVERS
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VEHICLE EMISSION
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VEHICLE PARKING
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VEHICLES
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WALKERS
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WALKING
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WALKING CONDITIONS
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WIND
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Planning for the Laobaixing : Public Participation in Urban Transport Project, Liaoning, China
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2014-01-24
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Publications & Research :: Working Paper
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Publications & Research
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2006/07/18844543/planning-laobaixing-public-participation-urban-transport-project-liaoning-china
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Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience
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Transport and ICT
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Transport and ICT
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yes
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000333037_20140124144729
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18844543
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84181
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en
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http://www-wds.worldbank.org/external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2014/01/24/000333037_20140124144729/Rendered/PDF/841810WP0Chen00Box0382094B00PUBLIC0.pdf
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okr.region.administrative
East Asia and Pacific
okr.region.country
China
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Urban Transport
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Urban Development :: Transport in Urban Areas
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Housing and Human Habitats
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Roads and Highways
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Transport Economics Policy and Planning
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Communities and Human Settlements
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Transport
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Transport (LCSTR)
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