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.
Avoid, curb and transit travel to get our cities moving again.
We look forward to making more progress on implementing the pact for both passenger and freight vehicles to cross swiftly and easily between Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal.
The 36-meter concrete bridge has improved access to health and education services as well as created new business opportunities for local people in central Sri Lanka.
We need to start adopting the electric car en masse at the bottom of the income pyramid in the region if we want to achieve real transformation in the clean energy sector.
The construction of the first high-speed rail line can be a game-changer for Indian Railways and lead to the creation of a nationwide network.
Rail transport can help slash travel time, lower freight costs, and expand cross-border freight consignments across and beyond the region.
Vice President Stephen P. Groff explains how the rehabilitation of Tarawa's most important road will benefit all in this remote South Pacific nation.