Sustainable Infrastructure

To promote travel, investment and trade across the region, ASEAN needs to significantly enhance its infrastructure investment and productivity.

Strengthening project preparation through the Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC) 2025 will enhance connectivity in ASEAN. Sustainable infrastructure aims to deliver support across the life cycle of infrastructure projects in the region from the preparation and design phases to knowledge sharing and training.

Knowledge sharing will be facilitated through establishing a framework and platform for improving infrastructure productivity and stimulating sustainable urbanisation models across the region.

Sustainable infrastructure allows communities across the region to advance their development goals towards a better quality of life, by understanding relevant challenges and building constructive partnerships.

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"Liveability with density comes from making a city green or blue, even as it’s urbanises with vertical greenery, rooftop gardens, park connectors, and the green heart in the city. Above all, cities can learn from each other."
Mr. Khoo Teng Chye, Executive Director of the Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC), Singapore
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"Once you’re able to connect not only the city, between the cities, and within the village, then the farmers, the people who live in rural areas can get the benefits from selling their products - improving their quality of life."
Mr. Arkhom Termpittayapaisith, Minister of Transportation, Thailand
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Sustainable Infrastucture | 6 December 2019
Infographic: ASEAN Initial Pipeline of Infrastructure Projects
ASEAN is developing the Initial Rolling Priority Pipeline of Potential ASEAN Infrastructure Projects to accelerate investment in infrastructure projects shortlisted by the World Bank, which will support the movement of people, services, goods and innovation across the region of more than 630 million people. The Pipeline project is a part…
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Sustainable Infrastucture | 2 November 2019
Booklets on the Approach & Context and Project Briefs: Initial Pipeline of ASEAN Infrastructure Projects
  To help accelerate investment in infrastructure in the region, the Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity 2025 (MPAC 2025) recommended the establishment of a rolling priority pipeline list of potential ASEAN infrastructure projects and sources of funds. With the technical assistance of the World Bank and the support of the…
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| 12 November 2018
Enhancing ASEAN Connectivity: Developing a Rolling Priority Pipeline of ASEAN Infrastructure Projects
Investment in physical infrastructure in the transport, energy, and information and communications technology (ICT) sectors will help to improve connectivity both within and between ASEAN Member States (AMS). Due to budget constraints and competing demands for resources, there is not always sufficient investment in physical infrastructure in ASEAN. As a…
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Sustainable Infrastucture | 12 November 2018
ASEAN Sustainable Urbanisation Strategy (ASUS)
Half of ASEAN peoples already live in urban areas and a further 70 million people are expected to live in the regions urban areas by 2025. Creating sustainable and liveable cities in ASEAN will be crucial to narrowing the existing development gaps, strengthening resilience, promoting innovations, improving well-being, and enhancing…
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