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Lessons of Corridor Performance Measurement

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2008
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This paper aims at presenting the methodological lessons of corridor performance measurement carried out in Africa. Based on current experience, the authors conclude that, while road drivers' trip diaries may be useful, the core of monitoring activities should mostly rely on existing consolidated data (customs and port data) and limited surveys (freight forwarders, major trucking companies, truckers and transport unions), to especially benchmark corridor performance.

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Raballand, Gael; Marteau, Jean-Francois; Kunaka, Charles; Kabanguka, Jean-Kizito; Hartmann, Olivier. 2008. Lessons of corridor performance measurement. Sub-Saharan Africa Transport Policy Program (SSATP) discussion paper ; no. 7. Washington, DC: World Bank. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/176741468010497736/Lessons-of-corridor-performance-measurement

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