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“Transport defines how the world looks”

an interview with Jonas Eliasson

The transport specialist Jonas Eliasson explains how we will move in the future.

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Back and forth to Belgrade

by Marko Dinic

For the diaspora from the former Yugoslavia, the bus is far more than just a means of transport.

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One belt, one road

by Shi Ming

A look behind the scenes of the Chinese-planned “New Silk Road”, seen as the largest transport project of modern times.

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Utter chaos

by Juan Álvarez

Nowhere in the world do people spend as long in traffic jams as in the Colombian capital Bogotá. A trip into the gridlock.

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“I love being in transit”

an interview with Taiye Selasi

Taiye Salasi reflects on a life on the move.

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The mobile precariat

by Verena Mermer

En route with Romanian harvest hands and seasonal labourers.

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Waiting

by Fiston Mwanza Mujila

It is 18:22 in Macadam and people are waiting to travel back to Amour slum. A story.

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A bond with the river Amazon

by Oraldo Reátegui

Captain Seín Pérez has been transporting goods and passengers up and down the Amazon River for years.

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A former dust track

by Salifu Abdul-Rahaman

Poverty, illness, no schools - for a longtime the North of Ghana was left behind the rest of the country. But the building of the Fufulso-Sawla Road has changed things, fast.

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Next stop, climate neutral

by Beatrice Rindevall

On ending Stockholm’s history as a car city, and thinking ahead to a cleaner future.

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“Feeling powerful”

an inteview with Parichehr Scharifi

A conversation with traffic psychologist Parichehr Scharifi about how people behave in traffic.

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Menacing monopolies

by Denise Hearn

Why Silicon Valley is so invested in digitalising transport.

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“The Truest Form of Transportation”

an interview with Ben Okri

To travel you don’t have to walk, drive or fly says the author Ben Okri. Sometimes it is enough to just open a book.  A conversation about fictional journeys.

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The gateway to Antarctica

by Timo Berger

From a disconnected province, Punta Arenas is being reinvented as a new infrastructure hub.

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All out at sea

by Marc Levinson

A t-shirt from Bangladesh, an avocado from Mexico: Without the invention of container ships, today’s consumer habits would be unthinkable.

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