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  • African Development Bank (AfDB) has participated in consultation, both directly and through SSATP. AfDB is currently working with the African Union, the Economic Commission forAfrica, the regional economic commissions and the World Bank to establish Transport Sector indicators which will contribute to the Africa Heads of State response to the Millennium Project Review.
  • Asian Development Bank (ADB) maintains a long-term interest in Transport indicators, particularly to foster efficiency in Road Transport delivery. Consultants working for ADB have explored approaches to gauging the policy environment and capacity, see presentation (PDF 109 KB) and paper (PDF 87 KB).
  • European Union with the support of its member states has taken an active interest in Transport indicators for monitoring the performance and impact of interventions which it supports.
  • Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) works in active partnership with the World Bank on activities to strengthen indicators for Transport and other infrastructure services in the Latin America region (see Outputs).
  • UN Habitat is working with the World Bank to establish Urban Development indicators, including those for transport. It coordinates the Global Urban Observatory and holds various databases which include transport measures. World Health Organisation works jointly with the World Bank on global prevention of road accident deaths and injuries. It maintains a global set of Road Accident Fatalities.


 
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