EBRD, in collaboration with the Global Infrastructure Hub (GIB), intends to provide the Ministry of Transport of Egypt (MoT) and the Egyptian National Rail (ENR) with policy, capacity building and project pipeline development support for the infrastructure planning, governance and delivery functions specific to the Rail Freight Sector as part of a Multimodal Shift strategy. Therefore, the mapping, gap analysis and needs assessment undertaken in this assignment will establish a policy framework to support the transition to a sustainable freight transport multimodal approach for Egypt.
This initiative will support the strategy for the improvement of the freight rail in Egypt with the aim of developing future rail freight transport demand, sustainable transport and the subsequent economic development resulting from this.
Further information regarding the EBRD’s approach to measuring transition impact is available here.
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