A new competition funding innovation to improve transport in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) has been launched by the High Volume Applied Transport Research Programme (HVT).
Transport is critical for growing economies, overcoming poverty and ensuring people access vital services such as healthcare and education. Yet in recent years we’ve seen infrastructures buckle under intense pressures such as the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change, particularly in LMICs. To meet these challenges, we need to think and act differently.
This Transport-Technology Research and Innovation for International Development (T-TRIID) funding asks businesses, institutions and universities to bring forward ideas that need further research but could hold the key to unlocking sustainable, safer, greener and inclusive transport.
Road Design Guideline Considering Three-Wheeler Slow-Moving Vehicles (Tri-SMV) for Urban and Rural Roads of Bangladesh | Islamic University of Technology (IUT), Bangladesh
Autosafety Uganda, Rubaga Chapter – Kampala | Wanyama Autosafety Initiatives
Inclusive Interchanges | Vectos (South) Limited
Safe and Secure Public Transport in Delhi | Sonal Shah, The Urban Catalysts
Policy and regulation development for motorcycle taxi safety in Nepal | University of the West of England, Bristol
Freight Emission Index for Heritage City of Ahmedabad | The Urban Lab Foundation
Computer Vision for Public Transport | Integrated Transport Planning Limited
Gendered approach of addressing adaptation capacity to hot weather conditions | Transportation Research and Injury Prevention Centre, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Safety and Mobility Challenges of Persons with Disability in Mekelle City: Towards Inclusive Urban Transport | Mekelle University
More information on our projects to come!