Tbilisi’s public transport woes and faltering reforms
Residents of Georgia’s capital Tbilisi have been struggling with the city’s beleaguered public transport network, related air pollution, road congestion and inadequate access to schools and workplaces for years. In the past decade, Tbilisi authorities with the involvement of international financial institutions, set out to improve the situation. Today however, despite the availability of funds, most of the old problems persist.
While the fight to liberate Ukraine is still ongoing, discussions about the reconstruction process have already begun. Several proposals developed by a variety of stakeholders already exist. How do they reflect green reconstruction principles and the Ukrainian people’s needs? Listen to the latest episode of the Bankwatch podcast to find out.
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