Central Yunnan Roads Development (OCR)
The impact of the Project is a well functioning integrated road transport system in Yunnan Province, part of the GMS. To realize this impact, the Project will help the YPCD provide efficient, safe, and environmentally sustainable road transport system by lowering the cost of transport, relieving traffic congestion, and improving access in the project area. The Project will (i) reduce traffic accidents and vehicle operating costs; (ii) improve access within Yunnan Province, and facilitate the movement of goods and people between the PRC and GMS; (iii) provide additional transport capacity to accommodate growing traffic; and (iv) provide improved access to markets and social services in a poor area.
Progress (as of March 2021)Project closed
|Contact Name||Chu, Chenglong|
|Organization||Asian Development Bank|
News and Multimedia
- Road traffic is forecast to increase during 2013-2023 at 6-7% per annum for passenger traffic and 5-6% per annum for freight traffic in Yunnan. Traffic volume on the expressway increased to 8,150 passenger car unit (pcu) in 2013, and on national highway 108 increased to 5,200 pcu in 2013. Traffic on the project corridor increased by 8% per year during 2006-2013, 7% per year during 2013-2023, and 6% per year during 2023-2032.
- Trade between Yunnan and GMS countries increases by 10% per annum during 2008-2015. Per capita rural income in Wuding County increases from CNY1,791 in 2005 to CNY3,000 in 2015. Rural poverty incidence in Wuding County reduced from 37% in 2005 to 20% in 2015.
- Travel time in the expressway was reduced by 1 hour, and travel distance by 20 km in 2013.
- Expressway capacity was increased by 25,000-45,000 passenger car unit (pcu) per day for the Wuding-Fuming section; and by 35,000-50,000 pcu per day for Fuming-Kunming at opening.
- Fuel savings of 6,000 toe in 2013 and 61,000 toe in 2033; and CO2 emissions reduced by 22,000 tons in 2013 and 231,000 tons in 2033. CO2 emissions reduced by 2.3 million tons over 20 years in the project corridor.
- Public-private partnership in toll road development is facilitated and additional private sector funds will be raised by 2015.