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The Transport sector at the World Bank works to develop a global vision, clear actions and goals for Sustainable Mobility
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On July 24 & 25, tune in as experts in 6 regions talk development in a 24-hour global 🗺️ :  Growth 📈  🚫 Poverty  Equality ⚖️  Climate 🌀  Learning 🏫  Health ⚕️  Jobs 👷  Join the conversation:
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World Bank Transport Jul 11
For many cities, switching to greener public transport can seem complex and expensive. The "Clean Bus Project" is looking to change that:
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World Bank Transport Jul 9
Want to take a stand for in your community? Talk to us, and join ’s Storytelling Contest >>
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World Bank Transport Jul 8
's green bond projects in the are expected to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by more than 270,000 tons per year. That’s the equivalent of taking 57,800 cars off the road. 🚗🚗🚗 |
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World Bank Transport Jul 8
Creating successful public transport: 5 lessons we've learned from 's experience
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World Bank Transport Jul 8
Every day, 650 people die on Africa’s roads. This preventable epidemic must stop! Join the drive for life by sharing your through the Storytelling Contest >>
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World Bank Transport Jul 7
According , 22% of world’s annual 1.3 million road deaths happen in Africa. What are YOU doing to address the crisis in Africa? Be a changemaker and speak up for road safety through the Storytelling Contest >>
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World Bank Transport Jul 7
Air pollution causes millions of premature deaths every year. Cars, buses, trucks, and other motor vehicles share a large part of the blame. Here's 4 ways countries can fight back and reduce transport pollution:
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World Bank Transport Jul 7
🔋 ⚡ 🔌 The new Energy Storage Partnership will help unlock energy storage solutions across developing countries. Find out more ➡️
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World Bank Transport Jul 6
Time is ticking away for in the Himalayas. Aisha Khan accepts our 60 second challenge to explain how we can protect our glacier heritage. Can she beat the clock?
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World Bank Transport Jul 6
In rural communities, lack of transport options is one of the main barriers that prevent women from accessing health services—including prenatal care. That's why we strive to connect the dots between rural connectivity, health & women's empowerment:
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World Bank Transport Jul 6
Latest report describes the difficult landscape confronting many developing economies. shares more on country specific approaches and how we are taking steps to realign our resources and operations along these lines.
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World Bank Transport Jul 6
technology could drastically change the face of and . How can we make the most of this? 🏭 🚆 🚚 ✈️ 📦
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World Bank Transport Jul 5
Be the change you want to see and advocate for in front of Africa’s transport leaders and decision-makers! How? Join the Storytelling Contest. Get the deets here >>
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World Bank Transport Jul 5
Transport is in the midst of a radical transformation. What does this mean for the private sector? ➡️
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World Bank Transport Jul 5
is essential to economic growth and social inclusion. Watch new video on how we're supporting 's efforts to expand mass transit in rural areas: via
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World Bank Transport Jul 4
Marine Pollution poses a direct threat to the USD $57 billion of revenue that the ’s coastal tourism brings in annually. To is an environmental, economic, and social priority. Read why there is not a minute to waste:
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World Bank Transport Jul 3
The African Road Safety Observatory () is laying the foundation for an evidence-based response to end the in Africa. What data-driven road safety innovations are you working on? Share your story via Storytelling Contest:
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World Bank Transport Jul 3
Landlocked countries face much higher transport and logistics costs than their coastal counterparts. So how can we help them overcome isolation and participate more fully in the global economy? via
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World Bank Transport Jul 2
Boosting transport connectivity in landlocked countries: unique challenges call for unique solutions
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