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In our 6th episode, hosts Amit Singh Baghel and Javed Ahsan welcome Dr Paul Barter, a freelance policy analyst, researcher, trainer and podcaster on urban transport and parking. Dr Barter has worked on parking issues in many cities in Australia, China, Colombia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and India for World Bank, GIZ and ADB. He is also an adjunct associate professor at the National University of Singapore and writes and podcasts at the Reinventing Parking (https://www.reinventingparking.org/) and Reinventing Transport websites (https://www.reinventingtransport.org/p/about-paul-barter.html).
Dr Barter enlightened us on the following issues:
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