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Year(s) of the vehicle

Year(s) of the vehicle

With one of the biggest populations on planet earth, China experienced huge economic growth over the last few years, and is considered one of the world’s up-and-coming superpowers. FOCUS investigates the proliferation of vehicle sales in that country.

 
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s … the Teleferico

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s … the Teleferico

South America’s shanty towns are known for their rough terrain. Inhabitants are sometimes forced to walk the rocky hills on foot to get to major cities, as conventional transport is not always able to get to these informal settlements. THATO TINTE looks into the continent’s cable-car system as a form of urban transit.

 
Dubai: the gateway to the gulf

Dubai: the gateway to the gulf

We take a look at the Dubai tram system, which seems to be ahead of its time. In other news, residents are considering carpooling after an expected fuel price increase. CLAIRE RENCKEN reports.

 
King Kei of Japan

King Kei of Japan

Japan has come a long way since the ravages of the Second World War; the tiny vehicles that have mobilised the nation certainly had something to do with this. GAVIN MYERS investigates possibly the smallest vehicles to have featured on the pages of FOCUS

   
A system that works

A system that works

According to Wikipedia, transport in Europe provides for the movement needs of more than 700-million people, plus associated freight. The continent is divided into over 50 sovereign states and territories. This fragmentation, along with increased movement of people, has led to a high level of cooperation between European countries in developing and maintaining transport networks

 
Russia’s transportation renaissance

Russia’s transportation renaissance

Russia’s insular transportation industry is belatedly opening up to the outside world, as the nation’s thirst for imported goods slots it into global supply chains. CLAIRE RENCKEN reports.

 
Symbolic transport

Symbolic transport

Public transport in the United Kingdom (UK) and in London, in particular, is often heralded as safe, reliable and integrated. GAVIN MYERS explores what makes it tick.

   
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