According to the bank document, the proposed project bjective is "to enhance the accessibility, efficiency, and safety for public transport users through the development of the Kandy Multimodal Transport Terminal and improve its connectivity with surrounding areas." The project components include financing the development of the multimodal-terminal at the existing Good Shed station in Kandy; the further analysis of implementation for the walkability study already carried out under SCDP in the area around KMTT and access to the terminal by different transport modes; set up of the new structure and provide necessary capacity building to all stakeholders involved in the management and operation of the terminal.
Wei Wang, Senior Transport Specialist
Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka
Ministry of UrbanDevelopment, Water Supply and Housing Facilities
Dr. Priyath Bandu Wickrama, Secretary
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