With no single cause, and no magic solution, the congestion of Asia’s cities requires government resolve and know-how to fix.
Blog posts on "traffic"
In cities around Asia, governments are exploring ways to capture the increased value of land near public infrastructure projects, and direct these funds back toward the needs of city residents.
With a clear, comprehensive, long-term strategy, the country could produce electric vehicles for the whole region.
Proactive marketing and communications is helping ensure that Hanoi’s new metro provides a sustainable and profitable service.
Adaptable, flexible job seekers who are always willing to learn more skills will be better equipped to embrace the future, including automation.
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.
Traffic jams will surely worsen, in Manila and elsewhere in Asia, without innovative solutions like work-from-home policies.
A new ADB clean transport project will help the holy city realize its full potential for sustainable tourism.
Although the city’s air pollution problems won’t disappear overnight, authorities are finally pursuing long-term solutions.