Integrated Rural Accessibility Planning (IRAP)

Guidelines for Transport Infrastructure Inventory, Preparation of Transport Network Analysis

The Transport Infrastructure Inventory is a tool that allows the planner to obtain in a reasonable short time an overview of the extent and condition of the road and waterway network in a certain area. The tool is part of an area based planning process for rural infrastructure called Integrated Rural Accessibility Planning (IRAP).

Instructional material | 01 December 1999
This manual will introduce TII through the following steps:
Step 1: Prepare the draft Transport Infrastructure Map.
Step 2: Identify road links.
Step 3: Prepare the field survey form.
Step 4: Verify the existing network in the field.
Step 5: Correct the draft Transport Infrastructure Map.
Step 6: Discuss results with local officials.
Step 7. Making the final adjustments to the draft Transport Infrastructure Map.