mass transit

Metro Bus Service EIA report released

Date of Release: 
Jul 1 2014

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) study of multi billion Metro Bus Project stated that the proposed project is expected to improve public transport facility with dedicated lanes reducing accidents and consumption of time and fuel.

“The project will generate new opportunities for skilled/unskilled manpower. The total environmental cost has been worked out to be Rs178.37 million that includes Rs429,000 (monitoring cost), Rs100,000 (environmental training cost) and Rs177,844,674 (plantation cost),” it said.

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Islamabad's metro bus public hearing dubbed a sham

Date of Release: 
May 4 2014

The citizens of the capital termed Saturday’s public hearing on environmental impact assessment of the metro bus service project a sham exercise, especially when work had already started in Islamabad in violation of the Environment Protection Act 1997.

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Environment Impact Assessment for Singapore's Cross Island Line to start next year

Date of Release: 
Sep 15 2013

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) will call a tender in the first quarter of next year for a consultant to conduct an environmental impact assessment (EIA) for the future Cross Island Line.

This assessment will focus on the portion of the MRT line around the Central Catchment Nature Reserve, and determine how various alignments could affect the reserve.

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EIA: Ho Chi Minh City Urban Mass Rapid Transit Line 2 - PFR 2 (Tham Luong Depot to Ben Thanh Station)

Published Date: 
02/2012

The Government of Vietnam (GOV) has identified transport, and in particular public transport, as key investment and development area for the next 10 to 20 years. For this, accelerated infrastructure development is needed to support economic activities of the private sector, which in the past decade and a half have been the engine of rapid growth and job creation. The Government gives a high priority to shaping the future urban transport system of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), as an economic initiative that is expected to account for 40% of national GDP in 2010.

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EIA: Red Line Mass Transit Project

Published Date: 
08/2008

This report is EIA study of Detailed Design of red line Mass Transit Project (Bang Sue-Rangsit Section) which is an additional study and review the previous project (Study and Detailed Design for North-Bound Train System in Bangkok (Bang Sue-Rangsit) and Bang Sue Train Station) which was studied by Thai Engineering Consultants, Ltd. in 2005. In the previous project, 5 stations had been designed which were Bang Sue station, Bang Kaen station, Laksi station, Don Muang Station and Rangsit station and were approved by ONEP on June 20, 2005.

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