Suwon's EcoMobility Festival. Photo: Carlos Felipe Pardo The discussion on climate change often tends to ignore one critical factor: people’s own habits and preferences. In urban transport,…

Julie Babinard |

Also available in: Español Photo: Andy Shuai Liu/World Bank Invented over a century ago for exploring mountainous regions, aerial cable cars have recently made an appearance in several big cities…

Leonardo Canon Rubiano, Wenyu Jia, Georges Darido |

This is the story of an idea. In fact, of a very simple and creative idea that is having huge impact on the way people move. This idea is helping reduce travel time, save money and increase the…

Nak Moon Sung, Mauricio Ríos |

When looking to improve road safety for children around the world, it is clear that the experience of South Korea has valuable lessons to offer. To start, the numbers speak for themselves. In 1992…

Nak Moon Sung, Mauricio Ríos |

This is the story of an owl, but not any owl. This owl is from Seoul and it came into existence thanks to Big Data. How come, you may ask? Well, read on to find out.    Meet your new friend: the…

Nak Moon Sung, Mauricio Ríos |

Most of us have probably heard about black boxes, particularly when they relate to airplane crashes. But what about black boxes for cars? Originally, black boxes in airplanes perform routine…

Nak Moon Sung, Mauricio Ríos |

Road crashes are becoming a global health crisis and, as such, require comprehensive measures to prevent them, including a better understanding of the social impacts of road-related deaths and…

Nak Moon Sung, Mauricio Ríos |

Rapid motorization and traffic congestion are becoming a major challenge for large cities in the developing world, and generating significant economic and social costs. In Cairo, for instance, the…

Ahmad Iqbal Chaudhary, Om Prakash Agarwal |