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The EBRD supports the development of efficient, reliable and secure transport systems in its countries of operations in six lines of transport: aviation, ports, railways, roads, shipping and logistics.
The Bank’s current activities in the road sector have a strong focus on public sector projects, particularly in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and the SEEC countries, although increasingly the development of public-private partnerships (PPPs) is starting to have an impact on rebalancing the portfolio. Projects once dominated by maintenance and rehabilitation are being replaced by upgrading and new construction.
Commitment to reform remains high, particularly in the new EU member states and those countries aspiring to EU accession, and projects are structured with continued emphasis on regulatory and tariff reform, commercialisation and stimulation of private sector activity. Given the Bank’s increasing concentration on smaller countries forming a regional grouping (for example South Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus), the regional dimension of the project is of increasing importance and can be an important source of transition impact.
Last updated 26 April 2010
Developing efficient, reliable and secure transport networks: a look at EBRD's experience in promoting transport solutions