How can Ethiopian cities bounce back from COVID-19 with active mobility at the forefront?

by Seble Samuel and Iman Abubaker Photo by AP/Mulugeta Ayene Pedestrianised streets, pop-up cycling lanes and non-motorised transport infrastructure have been critical elements of cities’ pandemic recovery strategies. But in Ethiopian cities, where walking and cycling are dominant modes of urban movement, this shift has not yet happened. Pop-up urban mobility interventions to overcome the …

OECD Investment in Inland Transport Infrastructure at Record Low

A recent update by the International Transport Forum on investment and maintenance expenditure on transport infrastructure for 1995-2013 shows that continued economic crisis has had an impact on transport infrastructure investment in OECD countries. The data is based on a survey sent to 54 ITF member countries (at the time of the data collection), which covers total gross investment (i.e.