At a Glance
Once a shared-use arrangement for transportation infrastructure has been proposed, there will be several individual components that must be agreed upon. Factors such as who will maintain certain infrastructure and what will happen to it after the end of the closing phase for the extractive industry, need to be agreed upon from the beginning. Failure to formalize and agree upon these factors at the outset will likely lead to tensions and conflict in the future.
In the Key Resource on this topic page, A Framework to Approach Shared Use of Mining-Related Infrastructure, a table on page 31-33 shares the types of points involved in the negotiation of the shared use of transport infrastructure.
- A Framework to Approach Shared Use of Mining-Related Infrastructure (Nicolas Maennling, Alpa Shah, Sophie Thomashausen, Perrine Toledano)
This resource provides a framework to guide the implementation of the shared use of mining-related infrastructure, including rail and port ...