Recent Posts by Divya
Mysore is keen on developing a cycling culture in the city. Photo: Joseph Swaine
Cycling through Mysore, India
This blog post is a part of the Catalyzing New Mobility program, supported by the Rockefeller Foundation. Mysore, a historic city in southern India, is home to numerous palaces and ancient monuments and is the second largest city in the ...
Call for Applications: EMBARQ India 2013 Internship Program
Call for Applications: EMBARQ India 2013 Internship Program
EMBARQ India seeks applications for its 2013 Internship Program for project and research work on sustainable transport and urban development. EMBARQ India has been actively promoting the development of sustainable transport in a number of Indian cities. Its project and research ...
International Seminar on Road Safety
International Seminar on Road Safety
  Image source: Universidad de los Andes The International Seminar on Road Safety Research, held on 19th and 20th November 2012 in Bogotá, Columbia, was organized by Universidad de los Andes with support from the Corporación Fondo de Prevención Vial, the Latin ...
Girish Sant. Image source: http://electricitygovernance.wri.org
Call for Applications: Girish Sant Memorial Young Researcher Fellowship 2013
  Image source: electricitygovernance.wri.org   Prayas, a  non-governmental, non-profit organization based in Pune, India, working on initiatives in health, energy, learning and parenthood, has launched a Young Researcher Fellowship in memory of Girish Sant, a pioneering policy researcher and public interest ...
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Q&A with Ashwin Prabhu: Improving Bus Transport Along Major Arterials
  Last week, EMBARQ India was named joint winner of the Volvo Sustainable Mobility Award 2012, for its project with the Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) on improving bus transport along the Hosur Road corridor in the city. To counter ...
A street vendor entering the BRT lane, making a dangerous detour around the median to cross the road as the pedestrian crossing isn’t wide enough for his cart.
New Road Safety Design Guidelines for Indian BRT Systems
Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems have emerged as a cost-effective, flexible, and environmentally sustainable form of public transportation, and have come a long way since the world’s first system was developed in Curitiba, Brazil, and subsequently in other cities across ...
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