A Bruegel working paper looks at the impact of China's Belt and Road initiative on European trade.
Infrastructure can become strained as refugees stay in temporary camps for extended periods of time. Refugee charter cities are a possible solution.
Christopher Smart explores the shortfall in global infrastructure funding, and what can be done about it.
The economic impact of providing safe sanitation is significant, and the development community is starting to talk about it.
Kavya Vaghul looks at the positives and negatives of Tax Increment Financing.
A poll suggests that both Republicans and Democrats think American infrastructure has deteriorated in the last five years.
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration has proposed a series of options to link up the west coast of the country - including floating tunnels.
Oslo announced plans last year to ban all vehicles from its center within the next few years. Meanwhile, Paris has already held car-free days, with further initiatives announced this year.
The world’s cities are booming and their growth is changing the face of the planet, according to a new UN report.
We spend $2.5 trillion a year on infrastructure projects. But as big as that number seems, it’s not enough to keep pace with a growing world.
The world needs to increase investment in infrastructure from $2.5 trillion a year to $3.3 trillion every year to 2030.
How real-time data can act as an early warning signal for public-private partnerships.
As the Gotthard Base Tunnel opens in Switzerland, these are some of the world’s longest rail tunnels.
Cutting-edge scientific developments are helping to radically change building design.
Concrete that can fix itself, roofing that can sweat and surfaces inspired by carnivorous plants are some of the radical new technologies in the construction industry.