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The first carsharing association seeks to brand carsharing as socially and einvornmentally minded transit option. Photo by atmtx.
New Carsharing Association Aims to Reduce Car Ownership
Eighteen carsharing companies from around the world recently formed a new association that emphasizes the environmental and social impact of their work, with a focus on reducing car ownership and promoting integrated public transportation. It makes sense that carsharing leaders would eventually come ...
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How can cities in North and South America employ urban planning to develop in sustainable ways?
Call for Essays on Ways to Link Planning and “Climate-Proof” Sustainable Development
The American Planning Association (APA) released a call for essays on the link between climate change and urban planning. APA leads  an initiative of the Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas, a set of projects designed to foster low-carbon economic ...
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Call for Essays on Ways to Link Planning and "Climate-Proof" Sustainable Development
The American Planning Association (APA) released a call for essays on the link between climate change and urban planning. APA leads  an initiative of the Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas, a set of projects designed to foster low-carbon economic ...
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The prototype of Bus Roots. Photo by
Friday Fun: Garden Buses
New York University student Marco Antonio Castro Cosio developed a playful design of a bus with a “green roof,” aimed at rethinking quality of life in the city. The designer, who attends the Interactive Telecommunications Program at the Tisch School of the ...
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Metrobus Line 3 begins operations. Photo via CTS-México.
Mexico City Launches Third Line of Metrobus BRT
Translated from Spanish via ctsmexico.org. Mexico City’s Metrobús launched Line 3 on Tuesday. The trunk line of the city’s five-year-old BRT system is expected to move 120,000 passengers per day between Tenayuca and Etiopía. The new line will include 17 ...
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Wash Cycle Laundry picks up a load in the streets of Philadelphia. Photo by Gabe Mandujano.
Not Your Typical Greenwashing: Wash Cycle Laundry’s Bike-Centric Business Model
A new wash-and-fold laundry service, Wash Cycle Laundry, avoids the three big (and not-so-sustainable) components of the delivery and manufacturing industry: trucks, parking lots and loading docks. As a result, the bike-centric delivery model is far less harmful to the ...
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