China and Pakistan are keeping strategic Belt and Road Initiative railway project on life support as debt restructuring talks loom.
Container ports are critical to global trade. And seven out of the ten largest container ports in the world are in China.
Rapidly extending bus networks would be the fastest, most economical way to grow transit ridership in the sprawling landscape of American metros.
Once a signature project of China’s Belt and Road Initiative, the Addis Ababa light rail service now symbolizes its sustainability challenges.
As China retreats from financing infrastructure development abroad, the African country of Uganda looks to Turkey to fill the void.
The success of ports and other maritime infrastructure projects depends in part on how tied they are to broader development plans.
We can learn a lot from these crisis-led innovations as we create more permanent urban policy choices to make life more pleasant and safer for all.
The proposed site for the new capital faces forest fire risks. And the environmental threats to the megacity of Jakarta will not get any better.
The push to make New York City more “livable” is driving out the working class, jeopardizing long-term growth.