Urban regeneration and the four cities doing it right


An artist impression of The Exchange TRX. The United Nations forecasts that urbanites will make up to 70% of the global population by 2050.

The fast-paced developments in technology are not the only challenges that cities have to grapple with, as other factors such as the climate crisis and population boom are also putting the pressure on living spaces to deliver on the expectations and needs of their citizens.

Increasingly, people around the world aspire to live in smarter, more liveable spaces, with high demand for access to robust and interconnected public transport systems. At the same time, governments are looking for ways to transform their cities into smarter, greener, cleaner and more liveable places.

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