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4 days ago
As India expands its road network, authorities are calling for an overhaul of safety systems and expanded availability of crash data. India's roads are among the most dangerous in the world.
26 Feb
The "Uprising of the Last Generation" group sought to block access to airports in Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich in protest of food waste in Germany.
25 Feb
The popular Lagos yellow taxis may soon disappear from Lagos roads and streets. The government is not only taking the rickety cars off the streets, it plans to replace them with blue and white painted mini SUVs and saloon vehicles.
16 Nov 2021
US President Joe Biden has signed the $1 trillion package of spending on America's infrastructure. The money will be spent on roads, transport, broadband and other areas. It's a rare bipartisan deal, and Democrats are now focusing on an even larger package for healthcare, education and climate change. Also today, a co-operative runs its first freight train service on France's railways. The partly crowdfunded initiative Railcoop is also planning to start passenger services on underused lines.
27 Sep 2021
Farmer unions in India staged a huge protest to pressure the government into withdrawing its controversial reforms.The protests have been ongoing for 10 months, and joined by several opposition parties.
30 Jul 2021
The Lagos State Government, through the Lagos State Waste Management Authority (LAWMA), has hundreds of men and women employed as street sweepers with the duty of cleaning up the state’s roads and highways. On Thursday, two of those sweepers were killed in a hit-and-run incident. Sadly, it is not the first time.
4 Mar 2021
Canadian Gilbert Cardin worries about the future of the ice road he maintains every winter on a frozen river west of Montreal. "At this time of year, we should be seeing 26 inches of ice, but we currently have 14," he says.
24 Feb 2021
Tricycle operators desert Kano roads, protest against govt daily tax payment
27 Sep 2020
Rio de Janeiro residents struggle to make their way through waterlogged streets as torrential rains hit neighbourhoods to the south of the Brazilian city, where high water prompts road closures and leaves cars stranded.
17 Sep 2020
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28 Oct 2019
APC lawmakers call for state of emergency on some Niger roads

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