Accès durable et solutions basées sur les ressources locales

Siem Reap (Cambodge)
28-30 novembre 2005

Ce séminaire international était organisé par le Comité technique AIPCR C2.5, Routes rurales et accessibilité, en coopération avec le Gouvernement royal du Cambodge (Ministère du Développement rural).

Vingt-six communications ont été retenues par le comité d'organisation pour présentation et discussion lors du séminaire.

Près de 100 participants assistèrent au séminaire, dont plus de 60 extérieurs au Cambodge.

Actes du séminaire (en anglais)

SEMINAR PROCEEDINGS

471 Ko

PIARC - Save your country's roads

642 Ko

World Bank - Surfacing Alternatives for Unsealed Rural Roads

826 Ko

PAPER N°

AUTHOR

TITLE

PDF FILE

1

Doekle Wielinga

Towards Transport Infrastructure Management System

81 Ko

2

Andreski, Kaira & Chagunda

IRAP in Ntichisi District Malawi

1716 Ko

3

Flanary & Dennis

The Potential for IMT Hire Centres to Improve Rural Access and Mobility

59 Ko

4

Granie Jayalath

River Morphology and Rural Route Alignments

410 Ko

5

Visser, Augustijn & Rai

Environmentally Friendly Road Construction in Bhutan

112 Ko

6

Ford & Done

Labour-Based Surfacing Trials on the Mozambique Feeder Road Project

40 Ko

7

Miao Xiuying

Cobble Stone Paving in Yunnan, China

 

8

Greening & Pinard

Guideline for Low-Volume Sealed Roads

324 Ko

9

Ugyen Chewang

Agricultural Roads in Bhutan

47 Ko

10

Cook, Petts & Tam

The performance of Low-Volume Unsealed Rural Roads in Vietnam

 

11

Petts, Cook, Tuan & Dzung

From Road Surfacing Problems to Mainstreaming new techniques in National Standards

260 Ko

12

Heng Kackada & Petts

Appropriate economic appraisal for rural road upgrading

 

13

Abdul Quadir

Improving Mobility for the Rural Poor

83 Ko

14

Ranjith de Silva

Understanding the diversity of rural transport needs to address them

58 Ko

15

Roberts & Shyam

Rural Access Indicator: a Key Development Indicator

127 Ko

16

BP Chandrasekhar

Indicators for Rural Transport Sector

49 Ko

17

Fergus Gleeson

Use of Poverty and Access Indicators for Fund Allocation & Project Appraisal

251 Ko

18

Julian Abrams

Socio-economic impact of rural access roads estimated from household survey data

165 Ko

19

Maini & O'Neill SEACAP

A nex Project Management Model

415 Ko

20

O'Neill, Greening & Fouracre

The African Community Access Programme (AFCAP)

48 Ko

21

Dyson & O'Neill

The Global Transport Knowledge Partnership (GTKP): Enabling Sustainable Rural Access

38 Ko

22

Somnuk Mektakul

Dissemination of SEACAP 17 Activities in Lao PDR

168 Ko

23

Done & Piouslin

DCP analysis & design of low volume roads by new TRL software

865 Ko

24

Pearce, Obika & Cutler

Community Involvement and Privatisation in the Implementation of Rural Access Programmes

67 Ko

25

Heng Kadacka, Suos Kong & Petts

Developing a Knowledge Sharing Forum (CNCTP) and Knowledge networking

401 Ko

26

Paul Starkey

Methodology for the rapid assessment of rural transport services

366 Ko

Le séminaire

H.E. Luy Lay Sreng
Vice-Premier Ministre
Ministre du Développement rural