If Beijing implements the scheme and it proves successful, more Asian cities may follow suit.
Harassment affects women and men alike, but as we are wired differently, concerns over personal security affect women more than men.
A package of comprehensive measures—inlcuding setting fuel efficiency standards—is the only way to significantly reduce CO2 emissions from motorcycles in the country's 5 main cities.
For cycling to really take off in Metro Manila like in Rotterdam, we must first address several constraints.
Safer walking and biking would help make life more livable for vulnerable populations. Approaching NMT as a right to mobility gives a new sense of urgency to the agenda.
The Safetipin app maps safe public areas for urban women so they can make safer decisions, and provides city stakeholders data to improve safety in public spaces and transport.
Stop looking for the magic button. Demand that global transport technology is adapted to your local mobility culture, and help data scientists to make your city flow.
Building sustainable transport is no mean feat. Without it, the world will look less hopeful in 2030.
42% of ADB blog readers claim that improved connections would get people to use public transport more in Asian cities, while a further 40% pointed to efficiency as the most important deciding factor.
Reducing traffic on the road starts with each one of us taking our cars off the highway. If all of us were to use public transport, we can help to make the situation better.