Currently, only 3.3% of transport is powered by renewable sources. How can the transport and energy sectors coordinate more effectively to reduce emissions and protect the climate?

Jennifer Okaima Piette, Clotilde Rossi di Schio |

As the threat of climate change and rising sea levels looms large, proper planning and management of the Bangladesh delta is critical to the country’s economic growth and development.

John Roome |

While China's vehicle fleet is growing rapidly, there is hope that the rise of electric mobility might help limit the environmental impact. But will that be enough?

Jung Eun “Jen” Oh |

Many communities across Africa still lack access to an all-weather road. A recent World Bank study shows drones can help fill the gap and deliver essential goods or services to isolated…

Aiga Stokenberga, María Catalina Ochoa |

Changing the way we move can help address many of today's most pressing challenges, from climate to disaster resilience and social inclusion. So, how do we get there?

Nancy Vandycke |

Benefits of higher speed are generally well recognized and promoted as travel time savings, but the true economic costs of speed are often hidden. So, what are the real benefits and costs of speed…

Kazuyuki Neki, Dr. Soames Job, BA (Honours 1), PhD, GAICD, FACRS, Sudeshna Mitra, Juan Miguel Velásquez, Milly Lumumba |

Seamless transport integration and strong cross-border transport will make it easier to import and export goods between India and Bangladesh, boosting the income of people near and far.

Cecile Fruman, Matias Herrera Dappe, Charles Kunaka |

Serbia is working to build a greener and safer passenger and freight railway system that can better connect the country with the rest of the European Union. Since 2015, the World Bank has…

Victor Aragones, Svetlana Vukanovic |

COVID-19 had underscored how fragmented Sri Lanka’s domestic supply chains were—particularly those related to agricultural products—leading to inefficiencies throughout the logistics sector.

Winnie Wang |

Girls and women in poor rural areas of Malawi can experience powerful life disturbances with the sudden influx of (male) road construction crews. A World Bank study finds that development projects…

Miriam Muller, Ana Luiza Machado, Sevara Melibaeva, Christopher J. De Serio |