The PDO is to i) improve transport accessibility and equity; ii) support the decarbonization of transport networks; and iii) increase the mobilization of private capital for the Santiago-Melipilla and Santiago-Batuco corridors in Chile.
The World Bank has categorized the environmental and social risks as Substantial.
Felipe Targa Rodriguez, Ada Karina Izaguirre Bradley, Said Dahdah
Senior Urban Transport Specialist
EFE Trenes de Chile
Cecilia Araya Catalán
Gerente de Administración y Finanzas
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