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Transport Development in Lebanon The Road to Change
Transport Development in
Lebanon
Holy Spirit University of Kaslik
Ms. Tina Habib
The Road to Change
1
3/19/14
Ancient Railway System in Lebanon
All stations closed due to civil war
1911
1895
1976
Coastal railway from TripoliFirst
- Syria
train journeyed from Beirut
Overview - Current Situation
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Current Public Transportation status in Lebanon – Unsatisfactory;
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Available Urban Public Transportation:
Service & Taxi Vehicles
Office for Railways & Public
Transportation Buses
- Unlimited flexibility
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Private Buses and Taxis
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Inefficient & unreliable
No uniformity
No timetable
Unfriendly to Non-Arabic
speakers
Great condition/expenisive
Legal Framework
opment
ys
Public
andMunicipalities
Reconstruction
unicipalities
erior
and
eral
blic
ral
le &Management
of
of
Works
Roads
Land
&Urbanism
and
and
Transport
Buildings
Authority
Buildings
General
try
of
Finance
ofTransportation
Central Government
Existing Problems
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Dependency on Private Transportation is basically the only most reliable
form however it is not sustainable:
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Traffic congestion;
Environmental concerns;
Additional road space/parking.
Forms of Public Transportation are not efficient and not reliable;
Communities perceptions’ and attitudes’ are in need of change;
Assigned land for improved and new forms of PT;
Education of population on proper traffic regulations and encouragement
required to abide.
Solutions/Recommendations
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People to reduce amount of trips made by car and chose other modes of
transportation
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How can this be done?
Introduce a tariff on road users;
Ensure efficient environment of vehicles and improve infrastructure;
Work on other modes of transportation such as Railway system or Bus
Mass Transit System (BRT), Water hub system.
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Political Recommendations:
Lack of Privatization;
Lack of implementation of laws;
Organizational Recommendations:
Lack of expertise
Social Recommendations:
Cultural habits
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How to Move Forward?
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Railway linking Beirut to the
northern coastal city of Jbeil (38
Km);
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Fate clic per modificare il formato del testo della
struttura
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Secondo livello struttura
EHUB – Boat line transportation;
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Terzo livello struttura
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Quarto livello struttura
Quinto livello struttura
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Sesto livello struttura
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Settimo livello
struttura
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Ottavo livello struttura
Nono livello strutturaFare clic per modificare stili del
testo dello schema
Secondo livello
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Reservation of certain lanes for
Public Transportation vehicles;
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Expansion of the Road Network
(A2 Highway);
Terzo livello
Quarto livello
Quinto livello
Thank You
Contact details: [email protected]; +9619600858
Website : www.usek.edu.lb
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