Welcome to Mobility and Development: Innovations, Policies, and Practices, an online periodical launched by the World Bank's Transport Global Practice to disseminate policy-oriented and practice-ready publications affecting the transport sector worldwide.

This paper examines spatial heterogeneity in the impacts of the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic on urban household incomes in Ethiopia and Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.

This report includes survey findings from policy makers, subject matter experts, researchers and professionals from India on likely changes in cities and mobility due to COVID-19. It includes thoughts and opinions of the leaders and experts who are providing strategic direction in managing cities and transport systems in India.

This report addresses the current and future context for urban mobility, including the sustainability challenges ahead. It reviews how the urban mobility landscape is changing with respect to mobility operators and services.

The pandemic and resulting economic fallout have upended mobility. This report, with the Transport Decarbonisation Alliance (TDA), evaluates how countries, cities, and companies have allocated funds, directed policies, or launched actions that impact the transport sector.

India wants to be a global leader in the manufacturing and adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). The country sees the energy transition in mobility as an important part of its emissions reduction, energy security and industrial strategies.

The master plan is a roadmap for the future development of the city. It assesses the present condition of the city and works as a guideline to achieve the desired development.

Many cities have sought to replicate the urban bus public-private partnership (PPP) structures that succeeded at the beginning of the millennia, such as those implemented in Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico.

Major Ghanaian cities are at a critical point that will determine whether they become an engine of or a burden on the country’s development. Ghana’s urban areas contribute to more than two-thirds of the country’s gross national product, and cities will continue to grow rapidly, especially those other than capital cities.

This publication showcases 100 projects and programs tackling climate change and its impacts on people and the environment in cities across Asia and the Pacific.

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