Building resilient roads


Access disruptions on roads following a disaster can cause significant social and economic losses. Risk informed infrastructure investment is critical to ensure the construction and maintenance of resilient road networks.


This Final Report forms the third deliverable for the World Bank funded study to assess the economic costs incurred by Tajikistan, due to the impact of disasters affecting the road network. This report details the overall findings of the study, building

World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the
Roads in Tajikistan are constantly deteriorating and are often impacted by floods, mudflows, rockfalls, landslides, avalanches, and earthquakes.
World Bank, the
Ministers have announced details of a €17.3m climate adaptation investment programme for Ireland’s roads.
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Disruptions from sea level rise and coastal flooding events have significant indirect impacts on urban traffic networks and road safety.
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The World Bank has approved a $40 million project for the Federated States of Micronesia to improve the resilience of the country’s primary road network.
World Bank, the

This Political Economy Analysis (PEA) focuses on the drivers of political behaviour, who the main “winners” and “losers” are, and the implications for development strategies, policies, and programs in terms of landslide hazards. The causal factors of

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