Evidence and gap map-studies of the effectiveness of transport sector intervention in low and middle-income countries

Suchi Malhotra, Howard White,  Nina de la Cruz, Ashrita Saran, John Eyers, Denny John, Ella Beveridge, Nina Blondal

There are great disparities in the quantity and quality of transport infrastructure. Differences in access to investment are often exacerbated by weak governance and an inadequate regulatory framework with poor enforcement which lead to high costs and defective construction. The wellbeing of many poor people is constrained by lack of transport, which is called ‘transport poverty’. 

This evidence and gap map identifies, maps and describes existing evidence on the effects of transport sector interventions related to all means of transport (roads, paths, cycle lanes, bridges, railways, ports, shipping, and inland waterways, and air transport).

Suggested citation: Malhotra, S, White, H, de la Cruz, N,  Saran, A, Eyers, J, John, D, Beveridge, E, Blondal, N 2021, Evidence and gap map-studies of the effectiveness of transport sector intervention in low and middle – income countries CEDIL/Campbell Gap Map 2021. Available at https://doi.org/10.51744/CSWP3

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