A major priority for the North-South Road Corridor has been to ensure it is built for the long-term development needs of the country.
This innovative approach has enabled cities like Tokyo to curb traffic by financing ultra-efficient public transport systems.
Road sector reform is a monumental task that the Kyrgyz government cannot accomplish alone.
Traffic jams will surely worsen, in Manila and elsewhere in Asia, without innovative solutions like work-from-home policies.
Transit-oriented development combines spatial planning with urban transport.
Quality infrastructure may cost more in the beginning, but is worth the extra investment.
The region’s infrastructure needs to reach a point where it can support higher levels of sustainable growth.
Before we take action on traffic, we should look into what causes congestion – and how costly it is to cities.
A new ADB clean transport project will help the holy city realize its full potential for sustainable tourism.
Chongqing may provide the inspiration for other Asian cities to reform their logistics systems and improve their livability.