Uganda - Kampala City Roads Rehabilitation Project (KCRRP)


Project Summary

Approval Date 13 Nov 2019
Planned Completion Date 31 Dec 2026
Last Disbursement Planned Date 31 Dec 2026
Sovereign / Non-Sovereign Sovereign
Sector Transport
DAC Sector Code 21023
Commitment U.A 201,449,235.26
Status Approved

Project General Description

The Kampala City Roads Rehabilitation Project (KCRRP) is part of a citywide infrastructural improvement program. This programme seeks to meet the Government’s long-term development strategy as outlined in the Government’s Vision 2040. The project should increase and improve the quality of infrastructure stock to foster transformation of the Uganda’s economy from low income to a more competitive upper middleincome status. It aimed at tackling congestion in the city of Kampala through improvement of road network, upgrading of traffic junctions, and enhanced drainage capacity to mitigate flooding on the streets. Specifically, the project encompasses road network improvements/upgrading, road junction improvements, traffic management—including establishment of Traffic Control Centre (TCC), provision of street lighting, and storm water drainage enhancements. The implementation of the programme is undertaken in phases. The prioritized road network for improvement is 121km. The project has five main components, namely: (1) civil works; (2) project management; (3) provision of eco-bus services; (4) institutional capacity building; and (5) skills development for women and youth.

Project Objectives

The development objective of the project is to accelerate Uganda’s competitiveness by shoring up productivity gains from infrastructure development in Kampala and integrating the growth spillovers via efficient transportation networks to the rest of the country. Specific project objectives are two-fold: i) to enhance transport efficiency in the City of Kampala by expanding the road network and upgrading traffic junctions to facilitate smooth traffic flow; and ii) to improve air quality in the city through implementation of scheduled eco-bus transit services and promoting active transport by expansion of non-motorized traffic (NMT) networks—walkways and cycling tracks, in Kampala.

Beneficiaries

The project is expected to benefit at least 1.6 million people including: commuters, businesses, and transporters passing through the city regularly, poised to experience improved transport efficiency. The all direct and indirect beneficiaries of the project will be some 1.7 million residents including those that work in the city but live outside of the project area of influence. The economic impact assessment of the Kampala City Road Rehabilitation project demonstrates that there are significant economic gains to the population directly and indirectly served by the intervention.

Participating Organization

Funding
African Development Bank
Funding
African Development Fund
Implementing
MINISTRY OF WORKS

Information

IATI identifier 46002-P-UG-DB0-016
Last Update 18 Oct 2020

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Contact Details

Name MAKAJUMA George Adongo
Email g.a.makajuma@afdb.org

Geographic Location

Country Uganda