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Gangding Station in Guangzhou, China. Photo by Benjamin/Flickr. Cropped.
Live from Transforming Transportation: Integrated Mobility / Managing Governance
EMBARQ, the sustainable urban transport and urban development program of the World Resources Institute (WRI), and the World Bank are co-organizing Transforming Transportation on January 16 and 17 in Washington, D.C. Join the conversation on social media with hashtag #TTDC14, by following @EMBARQNetwork and @wbsustaindev on Twitter, ...
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Boy on bicycle in Burkina Faso. Photo by Olivier Girard/CIFOR. Cropped.
Better Cities, Better Business at Transforming Transportation 2014 conference
Transforming Transportation 2014 (#TTDC14) is just around the corner! Now in its eleventh year and vibrant as ever with new ideas and energy, the Transforming Transportation conference – co-organized by EMBARQ and the World Bank – convenes high-level decision makers ...
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New Year's Eve celebration in Times Square. Photo by Anthony Quintano/Flickr.
A people-friendly Times Square, just in time for New Year’s Eve
1904 was a big year for the city of New York. The first underground subway system in the United States launched in Manhattan, the New York Times opened the second highest skyscraper in the city at One Times Square, and ...
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Cycling water vendors Nairobi, Kenya. Photo by Victoria Hickman/Engineering at Cambridge.
A strategy for cities: Pedro Ortiz on the age of the metropolis
“We are made of hopes and we are made of dreams. That’s why people go to cities.” There are 600 cities worldwide with over one million inhabitants. Many are growing at a very fast rate, by anywhere between four to ...
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A young boy on a bus in India. Photo by Rob de Wit/Flickr.
Four things to be thankful for about sustainable urban mobility
Happy Thanksgiving, TheCityFix readers! Even if you’re not celebrating today’s American holiday of giving thanks and feasting, here are four things we can all be thankful for: 1. Urban mobility is a global priority. This year’s theme for UN-HABITAT’s annual Global Report ...
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Friday Fun: Urbanism according to Blade Runner
It’s not every day that Harrison Ford features in discussions about urban planning, but for the second time on TheCityFix, Han Solo née Indiana Jones née Rick Deckard is at the center of futuristic visions for urban design. Ford plays ...
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