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Walking in Accra, Ghana is dangerous. Photo by Raquel Maria Carbonell Pagola/LightRocket via Getty Images

Walking in African cities can be a miserable experience: Accra study shows planners ignore needs of pedestrians

Walking is a common way of getting around in most African cities
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Air quality at many train stations is alarmingly bad. Here’s how to improve it

Serious air pollution is a common problem in stations around Australia and the world. But solutions already exist, and some can be applied immediately to protect station staff and commuters.
Scotland’s CAVForth self-driving bus service began in May 2023, serving a 14-mile route that crosses the Forth Road Bridge on the outskirts of Edinburgh. Stagecoachbus.com

Self-driving buses that go wherever you want? How the UK is trying to revolutionise public transport

Amid bus route cuts and rail strikes, can the answer to our future public transport needs be found in the hi-tech prototypes being trialled around the UK?
With more and more Canadians cycling, it is crucial we have up-to-date information on what cycling infrastructure exists and where to find it. (Callista Ottoni)

How Canada’s first national cycling map will benefit both riders and public planners

Cycling in Canada has been experiencing a great boom in recent years. Yet, there was no consistent and complete way to measure cycling infrastructure, until now.

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