City Interventions

Guiyang North Passenger and Integrated Logistics Hub

Country: China
City: Guiyang

Key Stakeholders and PartnersGuizhou Provincial Development and Reform Commission; Guizhou Provincial Finance Bureau; China Development Bank

Project Preparation Study PeriodSeptember 2011 – January 2013

CDIA SupportUS$ 357,000

Expected Downstream FinancingUS$ 76 million (National/Local Government)

Infrastructure sectorsUrban Transport

CDIA priority impact areasClimate Change Mitigation and Adaptation; Environmental Improvement; Poverty Reduction

Key City Development Issues

The city of Guiyang is experiencing rapid economic growth and urbanization. This has brought to the fore serious traffic and transportation issues due to the gap between demand and supply of motorized transport system. As economic output increases so does the interaction between Guiyang and the surrounding areas, increasing all forms of external travel such as bus, rail and coach. This trend provides suitable conditions to develop a series of integrated passenger hubs across Guiyang, combining external coach and rail travel with local buses, taxis, light rail and car trips

Details of Cooperation

CDIA provided technical assistance to the City of Guiyang in the preparation of a pre-feasibility study (PFS) on urban transport with focus on the planned construction of the Guiyang North Station Passenger Hub and Dulaying Integrated Logistics Center to meet the interchange demand from Hukun Railway and Yuqian Railway to Guiyang. In addition, CDIA supported the city in identifying financing sources to implement the identified infrastructure investments and in strengthening its own capacity for carrying out the planned investments.

Expected Development Outcomes

The project is expected to minimize the cost and inconvenience of changing public transit systems by commuters. Other key benefits derived from effective intermodal coordination include: (i) increased economic productivity and efficiency thereby enhancing the city competitiveness; (ii) improved mobility for the elderly, disabled, and economically disadvantaged; and (iii) reduced energy consumption thereby contributing to improved air quality and environmental conditions.

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Key City informationLand Area: 8,034 sq. km.
Population: 4.7 million (2015)
City website: n/a

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