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Title: Developing Transport Infrastructure in Sub-Saharan Africa through Public–Private Partnerships : policy Practice and Implications
Authors: Osei-Kyei, R
Chan, APC 
Keywords: Case study
Public–private partnership
Review
Sub-saharan africa
Transport infrastructure
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
Source: Transport reviews, 2016, v. 36, no. 2, p. 170-186 How to cite?
Journal: Transport reviews 
Abstract: In contemporary times, Public–Private Partnership (PPP) in transport infrastructure has gained considerable attention in developing regions following its success in the developed countries. However, Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is among the developing regions with few transport PPP projects and among the regions with high number of failed projects. Meanwhile the region's transport infrastructure need far exceeds it current provision. This paper therefore aims to examine the project experiences (success and failure factors) of three highly profiled transport PPP projects, namely the Lekki toll road concession project (Nigeria), N4 toll road (South Africa/Mozambique) and Port of Maputo (Mozambique) in order to develop policy measures for effective future implementation. The experiences of the three projects show that transport PPP policy is indeed feasible in SSA. However, to realise its full applicability, proper policy actions and measures must be carefully observed and these include effective and efficient stakeholder management, transparent and competitive tendering process, high participation of local investors, stable macro-economic conditions and strong government commitment and regulatory framework. The projects experiences and policy actions developed are impactful in accelerating transport infrastructure development through PPP approach in SSA. Hence it is hoped that policy-makers and practitioners would be informed on the key strategies to employ in implementing future projects.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/44076
ISSN: 0144-1647
EISSN: 1464-5327
DOI: 10.1080/01441647.2015.1077288
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