The ATO Cost Database is a unique collection of about 1,200 transport-related projects in the Asia-Pacific economies. The main objective of the database is to provide MDBs, Policy makers and Civil Society with an overview of transport infrastructure cost for roads, railways and urban public transit. The ATO cost database provides cost details in USD, local costs and in PPP terms which facilitates comparisons and benchmarking. The ATO Cost Database was developed based on the World Bank's ROCKs database, as well as a wide range of projects collected from other secondary sources, as well as individual ADB project reports.
The ATO Cost Database User Guide explains how to explore the different projects and summaries using the web-based interface.