With the urban population swelling the world over, it makes sense that we start—or go back to—designing cities for people too. People are a city’s principal raison d'etre.
Amy Leung has over 20 years of experience in water and urban development. She was chair of ADB’s in-house Water Community of Practice from 2008 to 2014. Her expertise includes urban planning, water and sustainable development, public-private partnerships, and green cities. Ms. Leung’s work in ADB allowed her to complement her expertise with on-the-ground work on project design and implementation covering urban development and water management projects, as well as direct involvement in policy discussions with government and development partners.
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While big infrastructure works for developed countries, countries in developing Asia would benefit from complementary small-scale sanitation solutions that help more people.
Transit-oriented development combines spatial planning with urban transport.