The Asian Development Bank's (ADB) Independent Evaluation Department (IED) has released a report revealing its support for connectivity in Asia and the Pacific's transport sector, but has claimed it needs to scale up support for sustainable mobility.
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Ascent offers helicopter flights to users, with the aim to skip congestion. The business model is said to not only open up access to urban air mobility, but encourage a more sustainable form of aviation.
Japan Airlines and Sumitomo Corporation have agreed to develop the air mobility industry with Bell by utilising eVTOL.
Real-time information means users will be able to see exactly how many bikes are available at a particular bikeshare station, as well as where they can park their bike after completing their journey.
Dr. Jang Ping Thia, Principal Economist in the Strategy, Policy and Budget Department of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), tells Intelligent Transport about the investments AIIB is making in transport infrastructure across Asia, and discusses the differences between public and private sector infrastructure projects.
Dr. Jang Ping Thia, Principal Economist in the Strategy, Policy and Budget Department of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), details the large infrastructure requirement within Asia and explains AIIB’s objectives, priorities and approaches – focused on completing the vision of a more connected Asia, for both trade and development.