Mega Transport Projects planning, appraisal and delivery: A review of case study experiences and research findings

All authors:
Campagnac, E.
Host organisation: CoE London, UK
Country: France
Publication year: 2010
Published in:
Special session, 12th WCTR Conference, 11-15 July, Lisbon, Portugal
Research theme: Policy and Planning
Keywords:
mega transport projects, project planning, case study
Type:
Conference proceedings
Summary:
The Millau viaduct presents different interests from the point of view of Mega Transport Projects planning, appraisal and delivery. We propose to focus this paper on four of themes: 1) A successful multi-purpose project: from technical innovation to territorial issues. 2) The importance of context in decision making process: the turning points. 3) The project as a risk treatment process. 4) The appraisal and evaluation face to new issues: the sustainable development. Then we will conclude with the passage from a close to an open system, trying to clarify between specific context and generic lessons.
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