Midterm review of the Low Carbon Urban Transport Project

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Evaluation Plan:
2019-2023, Philippines
Evaluation Type:
Mid Term Project
Planned End Date:
01/2021
Completion Date:
01/2021
Status:
Completed
Management Response:
Yes
Evaluation Budget(US $):
40,000

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Title Midterm review of the Low Carbon Urban Transport Project
Atlas Project Number: 00086135
Evaluation Plan: 2019-2023, Philippines
Evaluation Type: Mid Term Project
Status: Completed
Completion Date: 01/2021
Planned End Date: 01/2021
Management Response: Yes
Focus Area:
  • 1. Others
Corporate Outcome and Output (UNDP Strategic Plan 2018-2021)
  • 1. Output 2.1.1 Low emission and climate resilient objectives addressed in national, sub-national and sectoral development plans and policies to promote economic diversification and green growth
SDG Goal
  • Goal 11. Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
SDG Target
  • 11.2 By 2030, provide access to safe, affordable, accessible and sustainable transport systems for all, improving road safety, notably by expanding public transport, with special attention to the needs of those in vulnerable situations, women, children, persons with disabilities and older persons
  • 11.b By 2020, substantially increase the number of cities and human settlements adopting and implementing integrated policies and plans towards inclusion, resource efficiency, mitigation and adaptation to climate change, resilience to disasters, and develop and implement, in line with the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030, holistic disaster risk management at all levels
Evaluation Budget(US $): 40,000
Source of Funding: Project funds
Evaluation Expenditure(US $): 30,000
Joint Programme: No
Joint Evaluation: No
Evaluation Team members:
Name Title Nationality
Roland Wong Evaluation Consultant
Felicisimo David, Jr. Evaluation Consultant
GEF Evaluation: Yes
GEF Project Title: Promotion of Low Carbon Urban Transport Systems in the Philippines
Evaluation Type: Mid-term Review
Focal Area: Climate Change
Project Type: FSP
GEF Phase: GEF-1
GEF Project ID: 5717
PIMS Number: 5304
Key Stakeholders: Department of Transportation
Countries: PHILIPPINES
Lessons
Findings
1.

In consideration of the progress to date and the actual EOP date of 16 November 2021, the LCUTS Project has less than one year remaining to achieve its important objective level target of 52,959 tCO2 of emission reductions (over the lifetime of the technology). Given the current status on progress and time remaining, it is highly unlikely that this objective-level target will be achieved as well as targets for other outputs and outcomes where there are ongoing activities. This includes policies, programs and training all related to green urban development, low carbon transport and private sector participation and investment. While all these ongoing activities eventually lead towards generation of transport-related GHG emission reductions, the timeframe of these activities to contribute towardsthe 52,959 tCO2 from LCUTS is not clear and likely more than one year. As such, the Project is in need of an extension, provided that a refreshed approach is adopted to meet the GHG emissions reduction target over the next 1 year plus the requested LCUTS extension time.


2.

Notwithstanding the aforementioned delays and setbacks on the LCUTS Project since November 2017, ownership of the LCUTS Project by the GoP appears strong. This is indicated by a fairly active Project Board whose members are actively engaged, notably the private sector in their own EV deployment initiatives and the planning of green urban transport projects within several LGUs throughout the Philippines. There are also several technical working groups reviewing policies and incentive programs that will serve to contribute to an enabling environment for green urban development and EV deployment for public utility vehicles.


Recommendations
1

Request a 30-month extension from UNDP and GEF to utilize remaining LCUTS resources of just over US$2.0 million to achieve the targeted lifetime incremental GHG emission reduction of 52,959 tCO2

2

Setup an enhanced awareness and advocacy programme to strengthen outreach to potential EV investors and operational EV fleets under Output 2.2

3

Design a data collection programme for operational EV fleets

4

Implement enhanced awareness and advocacy programme under Output 2.2 using data collected for operational

EV fleets

5

Assist and facilitate the development of viable business plans for private sector and transport cooperatives as a part of Output 3.2.1

6

Recruit a part-time international CTA to provide strategic guidance to the PMU and key LCUTS stakeholders

7

Build off experience of Recommendation 4 to improve the monitoring and evaluation of new EV fleets financed

under PUVMP, and other infrastructural investments related to green e-mobility such as “green boulevards”

8

Project Results Frameworks (PRFs) should be setup in a manner that can be easily implemented, monitored and evaluated by the PMU, the counterpart agency, oversight managers at UNDP, and GEF

9

Continue with delivery of Output 3.1.1, the public transport route rationalization assessment and feasibility studies that is ongoing with a number of LGUs

10

Develop standard procedures for on-road and laboratory tests of new EV technologies as a part of Output 3.1.2

11

Develop and approve an established EV charging protocol and standardization as a part of Output 3.1.3

12

Installed standardized solar EV charging stations in pilot areas and cities as a part of Output 3.2.2

13

Introduce at least 10 operational and new hybrid or EVs for mass transit in pilot cities as a part of Output 3.2.3

14

Undertake training programme to develop a sufficient number of skilled local technicians to provide maintenance for EV fleets

15

Continue with ongoing low carbon transport policy development within Outcome 1

16

Document the process of engaging the LGUs leading to the adoption and implementation of low carbon transport plans and programs including actual deployment of EV/hybrid public transport fleets

1. Recommendation:

Request a 30-month extension from UNDP and GEF to utilize remaining LCUTS resources of just over US$2.0 million to achieve the targeted lifetime incremental GHG emission reduction of 52,959 tCO2

Management Response: [Added: 2021/08/05]

Partly accepted. In consideration of the GEF policy on extension, the LCT Project is preparing for an 18-month extension request to achieve the target Project outcome of reduced incremental GHG emissions.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
1.1 Preparation and finalization of the documentary requirements for the request for extension
[Added: 2021/08/05]
Project Management Unit (PMU), Department of Transportation (DOTr) 2021/03 Completed
1.2 Revisiting of the proposed workplan to determine optimal adjustments for the 18-month extension
[Added: 2021/08/05]
PMU, DOTr 2021/03 Completed
1.3 Request of approval of extension from the Project Board
[Added: 2021/08/05]
PMU 2021/03 Completed
1.4 Submission of request for extension to GEF
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/09/13]
PMU, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) 2021/04 Completed Project extension approved. History
2. Recommendation:

Setup an enhanced awareness and advocacy programme to strengthen outreach to potential EV investors and operational EV fleets under Output 2.2

Management Response: [Added: 2021/08/05]

Accepted. An enhanced awareness and advocacy programme is being developed and implemented by the PMU. This includes the enhancement of the communications strategy, deployment of pilot units, demonstration of the processes of deployment, setting up of Management Information System, development of the guidelines for data collection and the effective dissemination of knowledge products.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
2.1 Engagement of a Communications Officer to design and implement an enhanced awareness and advocacy programme
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/09/13]
PMU 2023/04 Initiated Hiring of communication officer done. Implementation of awareness and advocacy programme is ongoing History
2.3 Maximizing of available media and channels for communication and advocacy activities
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU, DOTr 2023/05 Initiated Comms Officer to be hired to focus on advocacy activities History
2.2 Designing of a communications strategy with focus on educating stakeholders and encouraging behavioral change
[Added: 2021/08/05]
PMU, DOTr 2021/02 Completed
2.6 Setting up of a management information system as additional component of the enhanced awareness and advocacy programme
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU, DOTr 2022/12 No Longer Applicable [Justification: The establishment of the MIS has been deferred to prioritize strategic interventions to meet project key targets; the project will instead support providing recommendations for an LCT MIS for consideration of the government.]
History
2.4 Deployment of pilot units such as electric vehicles and solar charging stations and support to acquisition of permits
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU 2023/03 Not Initiated To commence upon completion of business plans and feasibility studies History
2.5 Demonstration on the processes of deployment
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU, DOTr 2023/03 Not Initiated History
3. Recommendation:

Design a data collection programme for operational EV fleets

Management Response: [Added: 2021/08/05]

Accepted. The PMU is developing a framework for the performance monitoring of the operational EV fleets, which will include the development of the Management Information System, the tool for data collection.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
3.1 Development of the framework for the performance monitoring of EV fleets
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/06/30]
PMU 2023/05 Initiated Draft framework for EV performance testing/monitoring has been developed. Framework to be finalized, in parallel to EV test runs in pilot cities. History
3.2 Procurement of the services of the developer for the Management Information System (MIS)
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/07/12]
PMU 2023/05 Initiated MIS TOR has been revised and is undergoing review History
3.3 Designing of the MIS to collect data such as EV performance, technical, financial and environmental, which will be housed under a Center of Excellence to be established
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU, DOTr 2023/05 Initiated In the absence of an MIS, a data collection system is being established as part of the ongoing EV test runs and planned deployment of Evs History
3.4 Preparation of guidelines for the use of MIS
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/09/13]
PMU, DOTr 2022/12 Initiated TOR for the establishment of MIS is being developed History
3.5 Testing and roll-out of the MIS
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/09/13]
PMU, DOTr 2023/02 Initiated TOR for the establishment of MIS is being developed History
3.6 Conduct of capacity building workshops on the operation and maintenance of the MIS
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/09/13]
PMU, DOTr 2023/02 Initiated TOR for the establishment of MIS is being developed History
3.7 Conduct of technical data gathering through EV tests and consolidation
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU 2023/03 Initiated Ongoing EV test runs in cities of Baguio and Iloilo History
4. Recommendation:

Implement enhanced awareness and advocacy programme under Output 2.2 using data collected for operational

EV fleets

Management Response: [Added: 2021/08/05]

Accepted. As part of the monitoring framework, the result of the data collection through the MIS will be transformed into knowledge products and will be further disseminated to potential investors and key stakeholders.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
4.1 Conduct of inventory on the existing operational transport cooperatives and other private entities
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU, DOTr 2023/01 Initiated Ongoing consolidation/updating of database History
4.2 Conduct of data collection based on the results of the inventory
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU, DOTr 2023/03 Not Initiated To commence upon start of EV test runs and deployment of EV fleets History
4.3 Development of policy briefs and knowledge products from the results of data collection
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU, DOTr 2023/03 Not Initiated History
4.4 Effective dissemination of knowledge products
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU, DOTr 2023/03 Not Initiated History
5. Recommendation:

Assist and facilitate the development of viable business plans for private sector and transport cooperatives as a part of Output 3.2.1

Management Response: [Added: 2021/08/05]

Accepted. The PMU has developed a private sector strategy, which details the process and guidelines in partnering with the private sectors in the deployment and investments. This takes into account the facilitation of viable business plans for private sectors.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
5.1 Conduct call for invitation for private sectors to partner with the LCT Project (EV manufacturers, EV suppliers, EV companies, transport cooperatives)
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU 2023/03 Initiated History
5.4 Development of bankable business plans with private sectors, particularly EV operators
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU, DOTr 2023/04 Initiated History
5.3 Hiring of Business Development Specialist
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU, Climate Action Programme Team (CAPT), UNDP 2022/11 Completed successfully on-boarded History
5.2 Signing of partnership agreements and formulation of workplan with the private sector partners
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/09/13]
PMU 2021/04 No Longer Applicable [Justification: Partnership arrangements with private sector being revisited ]
History
6. Recommendation:

Recruit a part-time international CTA to provide strategic guidance to the PMU and key LCUTS stakeholders

Management Response: [Added: 2021/08/05]

Accepted. The PMU will procure a Chief Technical Advisor who will provide strategic guidance to the implementation of LCT.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
6.2 Procurement of the Chief Technical Advisor
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/09/09]
PMU, CAPT 2024/03 Initiated No substantial progress yet as the monitoring/metrics for EV performance is going to be part of the EV test runs, which are expected to be completed within 2022. History
6.1 Drafting and finalizing of Terms of Reference for the Chief Technical Advisor
[Added: 2021/08/05]
PMU, CAPT 2021/02 Completed
6.3 Awarding and onboarding of the Chief Technical Advisor
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU, DOTr 2022/11 Completed successfully on boarded History
7. Recommendation:

Build off experience of Recommendation 4 to improve the monitoring and evaluation of new EV fleets financed

under PUVMP, and other infrastructural investments related to green e-mobility such as “green boulevards”

Management Response: [Added: 2021/08/05]

Accepted. After the first rollout of the data collection and analysis of the fleet performance, other metrics will be considered to include monitoring of other green interventions.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
7.1 Conduct coordination with LTFRB on additional metrics to be considered
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/09/09]
PMU, DOTr 2023/03 Initiated No substantial progress yet as the monitoring/metrics for EV performance is going to be part of the EV test runs, which are expected to be completed within 2022. History
7.3 Development of guidelines for the data collection of new indicators
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU, DOTr, LTFRB 2023/03 Initiated History
7.2 Enhancement of the data collection tool or MIS to include the additional metrics
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU 2023/03 Not Initiated TOR for MIS consultant to be prepared History
7.4 Presentation to the Project Board for approval
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU, DOTr, LTFRB 2023/03 Not Initiated History
7.5 Conduct of data gathering for the additional metrics
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU, DOTr, LTFRB 2023/03 Not Initiated History
8. Recommendation:

Project Results Frameworks (PRFs) should be setup in a manner that can be easily implemented, monitored and evaluated by the PMU, the counterpart agency, oversight managers at UNDP, and GEF

Management Response: [Added: 2021/08/05]

Partially accepted. At the PMU level, the logical framework including the monitoring requirements has been adjusted based on the emerging context to make the Project implementation more strategic and responsive. Any changes on the Project Results Framework, however, need to be requested to and approved by GEF. This may serve as reference for future project designing.

Key Actions:

9. Recommendation:

Continue with delivery of Output 3.1.1, the public transport route rationalization assessment and feasibility studies that is ongoing with a number of LGUs

Management Response: [Added: 2021/08/05]

Accepted. As part of the intervention to the pilot LGUs, the PMU is currently developing the guidelines for the selection of green routes. The transport route rationalization assessment will follow the LPTRP process, which will be done for Baguio City and Iloilo City. For cities of Pasig and Santa Rosa, the route rationalization is being conducted by a different service provider. Nevertheless, consultation and coordination activities are being undertaken to ensure harmonization of the processes.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
9.1 Finalization of the guidelines for the selection of green routes
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/09/13]
PMU, DOTr 2023/01 Initiated Review of guidelines and piloting of green route framework ongoing History
9.2 Conduct of coordination meetings with the service provider for Pasig City and Santa Rosa City
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU, DOTr 2023/04 Initiated History
9.3 Conduct of transport route rationalization assessment for Baguio City and Iloilo City
[Added: 2021/08/05]
PMU, DOTr 2021/06 Completed
10. Recommendation:

Develop standard procedures for on-road and laboratory tests of new EV technologies as a part of Output 3.1.2

Management Response: [Added: 2021/08/05]

Accepted. As part of the framework for performance monitoring, the standard procedures for testing of EV technologies will also be developed.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
10.2 Development of the standard procedures for on-road and laboratory testing
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU, DOTr 2023/05 Initiated This is being done as part of the newly enacted Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act operationalization where EV charging protocol and standardization is being done with the project providing technical inputs; current EV test runs and related work will serve as an input to this. History
10.1 Hiring of technical consultant for the development of standard procedures for on-road and laboratory testing
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/06/30]
PMU, CAPT 2023/05 Not Initiated The PMU, together with existing contractors, has been supporting DOT in providing technical inputs in the development of standards to enable EVs and other low carbon vehicles, including standards for EV/LCT vehicle testing. Additional experts are being engaged to support this output. History
11. Recommendation:

Develop and approve an established EV charging protocol and standardization as a part of Output 3.1.3

Management Response: [Added: 2021/08/05]

Accepted. The EV charging protocol and standardization will be developed.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
11.3 Development of the EV charging protocol and standardization
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU, DOTr 2023/05 Initiated This is being done as part of the newly enacted Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act operationalization where EV charging protocol and standardization is being done with the project providing technical inputs. History
11.1 Hiring of a firm to develop an EV charging protocol and standardization
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU, CAPT 2022/11 No Longer Applicable [Justification: This is being done as part of the newly enacted Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act operationalization where EV charging protocol and standardization is being done with the project providing technical inputs.]
This is being done as part of the newly enacted Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act operationalization where EV charging protocol and standardization is being done with the project providing technical inputs. History
11.2 Conduct of technical and financial analysis on EV charging protocol
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU 2022/12 No Longer Applicable [Justification: This is being done as part of the newly enacted Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act operationalization where EV charging protocol and standardization is being done with the project providing technical inputs]
History
12. Recommendation:

Installed standardized solar EV charging stations in pilot areas and cities as a part of Output 3.2.2

Management Response: [Added: 2021/08/05]

Accepted. Through the Project and private sector participation, the solar EV charging stations will be installed in pilot areas and cities.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
12.1 Preparation and finalization of documents for the bidding of civil works
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/09/09]
PMU 2023/01 Initiated The civil works component shall follow the results of the feasibility study which may be completed by end of 2022. History
12.3 Conduct of feasibility study for the installation of solar EV charging stations in pilot cities
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/10/12]
PMU 2022/12 Initiated TOR to be prepared for the construction/installation of EV Charging Stations. Estimated onboarding of firm by 2023. History
12.3 Installation of solar EV demo charging stations in pilot areas
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU, DOTr 2023/04 Initiated Ongoing solar-powered EV charging station feasibility study to identify specifications. History
12.4 Turnover to LGUs/Government Agencies and development and finalization of Sustainability and O&M Plan
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU, DOTr 2022/12 Initiated TOR for EVCS sustainability and O&M plan for approval History
12.2 Conduct of the investment forum for private sectors
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU 2023/03 Not Initiated History
12.4 Procurement of the solar charging stations
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU 2023/05 Not Initiated History
13. Recommendation:

Introduce at least 10 operational and new hybrid or EVs for mass transit in pilot cities as a part of Output 3.2.3

Management Response: [Added: 2021/08/05]

Accepted. Through private sector participation, vehicle units will be deployed in pilot cities.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
13.1 Conduct of investment forum for private sectors and secure investments
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/06/30]
PMU 2023/01 Not Initiated A number of investment-related fora and events are scheduled to de conducted in pilot cities and at national level History
13.2 Procurement of EV demonstration units for pilot cities
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/11/08]
PMU 2023/03 Not Initiated To commence upon completion of business plans History
13.3 Deployment of EV demonstration units for pilot cities
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU, DOTr 2023/03 Not Initiated To commence upon completion of business plans History
14. Recommendation:

Undertake training programme to develop a sufficient number of skilled local technicians to provide maintenance for EV fleets

Management Response: [Added: 2021/08/05]

Accepted. Consultations with TESDA is being conducted in 2021 and actual conduct of training programmes will take place in 2022.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
14.2 Conduct of training needs analysis
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/10/12]
PMU 2023/03 Initiated Ongoing. The IC is currently doing the work. Inception report has already been submitted, undergoing review and revision by UNDP/PMU and DOTr. History
14.3 Designing of the training programme
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/06/30]
PMU 2023/05 Initiated Ongoing skills mapping with TESDA as input to developing the training programme for LCT; Potential partnership being planned with TESDA to conduct certification trainings for LCT-related competencies in pilot cities based on existing training curricula/regulations History
14.4 Conduct of the training programme
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU 2022/12 Initiated TOR for training consultant for approval; activities to begin in 2022 History
14.1 Hiring of consultant to develop the training programme
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/06/30]
PMU, CAPT 2022/06 Completed The IC to develop the training program for TESDA has been onboarded last 27 April 2022. The IC will be engaged until 15 January 2023 to do the work on the development of the training curricula on low carbon transport and electric vehicles. (see attached TOR, TOR - Training Specialist) History
14.5 Monitoring of the application of skills gained by the local technicians
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU 2023/04 Not Initiated To commence after completion of training programme History
15. Recommendation:

Continue with ongoing low carbon transport policy development within Outcome 1

Management Response: [Added: 2021/08/05]

Accepted. The LCT Project is focusing on policy work at both national and local level.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
15.1 Integration of the LCT (EV) agenda into the PUVMP
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU, DOTr 2023/04 Initiated Ongoing discussions to expand support for LCT under PUVMP History
15.2 Lead policy coordination among the different government offices/agencies regarding LCT policies and initiatives
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU, DOTr, DOE, DOST, DTI 2023/05 Initiated DOTr LCT committee created History
15.3 Development of enabling LCT policies at the local government level
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU, DOTr, Pilot Cities 2023/04 Initiated History
16. Recommendation:

Document the process of engaging the LGUs leading to the adoption and implementation of low carbon transport plans and programs including actual deployment of EV/hybrid public transport fleets

Management Response: [Added: 2021/08/05]

Accepted. The PMU is documenting the process of engaging the four pilot cities as well as the adoption and implementation of LCT plans and programs

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
16.1 Development, finalization and approval of the strategy for local government engagements
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2022/11/29]
PMU, DOTr 2023/04 Initiated History
16.2 Intensification of presence and engagements in the pilot cities
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU 2023/05 Initiated History
16.3 Preparation of reports and generating of lessons learned from local government engagements
[Added: 2021/08/05] [Last Updated: 2021/12/14]
PMU 2023/05 Initiated Reports on workshops with LGUs completed History

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