The Dubai City-Port growth model The origins of a model of reference The Dubai port was first built in the mid-19th century in the Dubai Creek area. It served a settlement of 800 members of the Bani Yas tribe led … Continue reading Dubai’s Ports. A strong model facing new paradigms
Cabotage, defined as the transportation service between two ports in the same national territory, has always been protected by restrictive policies in Latin America. However, the growing need for a more cost-efficient and environmentally friendly transportation —along with the liberalization … Continue reading Cabotage: about to take off in LatAm?
The COVID-19 outbreak is having a major impact on national and international aviation and air traffic is expected to decline further in the coming weeks. Find inside this special Shaping Future issue, “Aviation COVID-19 briefing”, our view on the impact … Continue reading Aviation COVID-19 briefing. Latin American & Caribbean Airports
The rapid spreading of the novel coronavirus has had a tremendous impact on the air transport sector worldwide, with airlines rapidly reacting in an effort to contain the spread, cutting down frequencies and cancelling flights. Governments have issued directives to … Continue reading Outlook of the impact of COVID-19 on the Middle East air transport sector
Cities account for more than 55 percent of the world’s population, as part of a rapidly growing trend that forces us to face challenges in every aspect of urban society: real estate and rental prices are increasing, urban mobility is … Continue reading What is Urban Mobility learning from COVID-19?
An innovative methodology to find out ALG has developed a new project assessment tool called Quick Check Methodology (QCM), which will help the most ambitious infrastructure development initiative in Africa —the Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA)— assess highly-complex … Continue reading Is your cross-border infrastructure project ready for financing?
Industrial Logistics Parks (ILPs): Definition and Major Types ILPs are “geographically demarcated areas, developed and subdivided into plots according to a comprehensive plan with provision for roads, transport and public utilities, with or without built-up (advance) factories”. ILPs are employed … Continue reading Free Zones and Special Economic Zones. Understanding the business model and the main impacts
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