This is how Singapore is inspiring cities to solve their traffic problems

Cities around the world have different approaches to dealing with traffic. Image: REUTERS/Joe White

Jovana Stanisljevic

Professor in International Business, Grenoble École de Management (GEM)


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I-45, I-10 and US 90 near downtown Houston, Texas. Image: Dhanix/Wikipedia, CC BY
Since early 2000s, overall positive trend toward public transportation and cycling is evident in London. Image: Travel in London Report 11, 2018
London traffic congestion. Image: London Assembly

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