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El Salvador - Connectivity (HDM-4)

Metadata Updated: April 26, 2022

Economic Analysis and Independent Evaluation Services The Evaluation Team (ET) will conduct an independent calculation of the post-project economic rate of return (ERR) achieved by the activities within the delivered compact projects. This economic evaluation will be supplemented by a qualitative review across a series of standardized research questions (RQs). The specific research areas (RAs) and RQs to be reviewed as part of this independent evaluation are as follows:

RA0: Project Implementation. RQ0: Was the Connectivity Project implemented according to plan?

RA1: Engineering Analysis and Economic Model. RQ1: What is the Connectivity Project's economic return - calculated in terms of vehicle operating costs (VOC) savings and travel time savings (TTS)? What factors drove changes to the ERR over time? Optional: How could the project have been designed to result in a higher ERR?

RA2: Road Maintenance. RQ2: Current Practices. What is the likelihood the investments made under the Connectivity Project will remain adequately maintained? Based on this assessment, what set of maintenance assumptions should be used in the Fourth Highway Development and Management (HDM-4) model to yield the best estimate of road investment costs and benefits?

RA3: Road Usage Patterns. RQ3a: Current Users. Who is traveling on the road, why, what are they transporting, what are they paying for transport and how long does it take to move along key routes? RQ3b: Changes in Road Usage Patterns. Have road usage patterns changed, in terms of who is traveling on the road, why, what they are transporting, what they are paying for transport, and how long it takes to move along key routes?

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Metadata Created Date November 12, 2020
Metadata Updated Date April 26, 2022

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