Recent Posts by Jonna
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Following the bike rules in downtown Washington, DC.
City Systems, Fringes and a New Blogger
As TheCityFix’s newest full-time blogger, I’m excited to have the opportunity to write about transportation and city issues. I became interested in sustainability growing up in the Washington, D.C. area, where I advocated for climate change policy as a high school student. ...
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Back to School Edition: Mobile Classrooms Set Up in the Slums of India’s Largest Cities
Back to School Edition: Mobile Classrooms Set Up in the Slums of India’s Largest Cities
For children in massive cities, access to education is dependent on mobility. India’s families living in marginal areas or fringe settlements face cultural, economic and geographic barriers that prevent kids from attending school regularly. The web of tiny roads and ...
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FedEx Makes More Efficient Deliveries with Zero Emissions Electric Bikes
FedEx Makes More Efficient Deliveries with Zero Emissions Electric Bikes
An electric, non-carbon emitting tricycle for adults is way more exciting than it sounds, especially when an international company like FedEx Corp. uses the bikes to deliver packages across the city of Paris. FedEx now has four tricycles making mail deliveries in ...
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Access to sustainable transportation - from bicycles to trains - means healthier communities. Photo by Christa . Bike by the Sea.
New Report: Better Transportation Means Healthier People
Across large- and mid-sized cities, projects and initiatives that link transportation and the built environment to public health are gaining ground. A recent study by the Victoria Transport Policy Institute (VTPI) reports that a multi-sectored and collaborative approach to planning ...
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