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.
Blog posts on "transport infrastructure"
Safe and sustainable transport systems demand a new breed of transport professionals, with skills at advanced levels and cutting across domains.
Asia is going through sweeping transformations that have altered its economic landscape in fundamental ways.
The transport master plan aims to help create jobs and enhance connectivity across the country.
Informal settlers, water, and public transport are the three main challenges for Asia’s cities.
Today more than ever, the Talimarjan power project shows how Central Asia needs a 21st century Silk Road.
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.
With the overall goal of scaling up sustainable transport by up to 50% of loans and grants by 2017, ADB plans to work more closely with its developing member countries on sustainable transport options that could fit their development master plans.