In the face of the pandemic, walking and cycling have enjoyed renewed popularity. Could this be the beginning of a long-term transition to sustainable transport?

Arturo Ardila-Gomez |

Helping address gender-based violence in large infrastructure projects through gender sensitization workshops.

Gopalaswamy Srihari, Parthapriya Ghosh |

With the right precautions, public transport can provide a safe way of getting around and contribute to a more sustainable, more inclusive recovery.

Arturo Ardila-Gomez |

How long can an economy survive without allowing international flights in and out?

Kai Kaiser, Parvathy Krishnan, Jacques Morisset |

Instead of boosting private car use, the pandemic should prompt cities to double down on sustainable transport investment: public transport, cycling, and walking can provide great ways of getting…

Arturo Ardila-Gomez |

Although women's mobility patterns are different from men's, the design of public transport systems hardly ever reflects that reality. How can we turn this around and create transit…

Sofía Guerrero Gámez, Irene Portabales González, Karla Dominguez Gonzalez, Giselle Marie Bello |

In the face of COVID-19, how can we protect mass transit and build momentum for sustainable urban mobility?

Sofía Guerrero Gámez, Irene Portabales González, Lorena Sierra Valdivieso, Ignacio Sánchez D’Ocon |

Successful cable car projects in Latin America are a vital reference for proper management and implementation of this infrastructure in the region and the world

Lorena Sierra Valdivieso, Irene Portabales González, Leonardo Canon Rubiano |

The new tool will give development professionals a powerful way to minimize potential road safety risks in their projects.

Dr. Soames Job, BA (Honours 1), PhD, GAICD, FACRS, Dipan Bose, Said Dahdah |

Bangladesh is often mooted as a regional logistics and transit hub and a bridge between South and Southeast Asia. Now, this ambition may become a reality in the country’s western region

Rajesh Rohatgi, Erik Nora, Muneeza Mehmood Alam |