With no single cause, and no magic solution, the congestion of Asia’s cities requires government resolve and know-how to fix.
The poor and middle class are struggling to find affordable housing across the region, but there are some basic steps cities can take to improve the situation.
Lining up rights-of-way for megaprojects, such as railways and highways, in crowded places is challenging but it can be done with an imaginative and respectful plan.
Total asset management brings together all aspects of what it takes to make a city vibrant and livable.
The innovative practice of “futures studies” offers a new vision for urban development in Armenia
Digital technology is increasingly important in designing and managing cities that put people first
Mumbai's new Metro lines offer an opportunity to create a modern public transport system with innovative technological features.
No matter the urban pressures in Asia and Pacific, governments and their partners must provide spaces for communities to play and interact.
In the Mongolian capital, citizens need to know how to protect themselves from dangerous dirty air.
Asian cities have much to learn from the Danish capital on sustainable urban living.