Shomik Raj Mehndiratta is a Lead Transport Specialist working in the World Bank’s Latin America and Caribbean region based in Washington DC. He is working on transport and climate issues across countries in the region. He has been at the World Bank since 2002 and in the period 2007-2010 he lived and worked in China. He is co-editor and author of an edited book on Low Carbon Urban Development in China. Prior to the World Bank he worked at CRA International, a business and economics consulting firm, based out of Boston MA. Shomik is an Indian national, and holds a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley.
- Porque somos más los que queremos que esto pare… Nuestra experiencia enfrentando la violencia de género en el transporte público
- Because there are more of us who want this to stop… Our experience taking on gender-based violence in public transport
- Why we were happy when our bosses raised employee parking rates... Or how parking requirements drive modal choice
- How should a city administration respond to the shared cab phenomenon?
- Transit-oriented development — What does it take to get it right?
- Can your employer affect your commute?
- ¿Puede tu empleador afectar tu viaje casa-trabajo?
- Replacing the car with a smartphone… Mobility in the shared economy
- "¿Me lleva por 1000 pesos?" – Subsidios al transporte público para los pobres
- “Will you take me for a 1,000 pesos?”— Making sure public transport subsidies really target the poor
- Ecovia in Monterrey -- How Bus Rapid Transit is Transforming Urban Mobility
- Utilización, transparencia y reutilización – una historia sobre el poder transformador de los datos abiertos
- Use, transparency and reuse – how the transport sector in Mexico is being transformed by open data
- Viajar más no significa llegar más lejos, por lo menos para las mujeres en Buenos Aires
- Are women ‘forced’ to work closer to home due to other responsibilities? Does this contribute to gender wage differentials?