An interview with with Mauricio Rodas, Former Mayor of Quito, Ecuador (SuM4All in 60 seconds – Episode 5)

Alejandra Gutierrez |

In Dhaka, Bangladesh, and other rapidly growing cities in developing countries, it’s most important to build up job centers and to help people commute to them, so that urban centers are livable…

Annie Gapihan |

In a rapidly urbanizing world, the battle for sustainable transport will be won or lost primarily in cities. Investing in better urban mobility can provide impressive returns while promoting…

Leah Lazer, Naina Khandelwal, Jake Wellman |

With the successful launch of the Global Roadmap of Action, now comes implementation. On January 15, 2020 SuM4All announced that South Africa will be the first country to pilot the GRA.

Alejandra Gutierrez |

Malaysia retains its spot as global leader in the ease of Doing Business but as it moves forward, leveraging untapped potential is key to sustaining growth and competitiveness.

Varun Eknath |

Earthquakes, landslides and heavy rainfall often cause long-term disruption of transport systems in South Asia, resulting in economic setbacks affecting internal trade and regional integration.…

Masatsugu Takamatsu, Julian Palma |

How can technology improve existing transport modes and create new ways of moving around? To discuss, we checked in with Mr. Amadou Koné, Côte D’Ivoire’s Minister of Transport.

Alejandra Gutierrez |

Dhaka accounts for one-third of the Bangladesh’s total population, one-fifth of national GDP and one-third of all jobs. It is imperative for the country to translate the economic density of Dhaka…

John Roome, Annie Gapihan, Hyunji Lee |

Women are notoriously underrepresented in the tech sector. Why is that, and how can we change the status quo? To find out, the World Bank invited 30 women leaders from Silicon Valley to share…

Alicia Hammond |

The world is urbanizing at an unprecedented speed and scale, with more than half the global population living in cities today… rising to nearly 7 out of 10 people in cities by 2050.

Sameh Wahba |