Posts in the 'Health + Road Safety' category
Natalie Draisin, US Manager, FIA Foundation, speaks at Transport Day at Habitat III. Photo by Alex Rogala/WRI.
Live from Habitat III: Talking All Things Mobility at Transport Day
TheCityFix is live on the ground from Habitat III. Click here for our full coverage.  “We need to stop building cities for vehicles, and build cities for people,” remarked Quito’s Deputy Mayor, Eduardo del Pozo, setting the opening tone for ...
Amend Avi Silverman, Luis Antonio Lindau, Justin Mortensen, Kai Poswayo, Carlos Cuenca, Michelle Yeoh and Saul Billinsgley participate on a panel at Habitat III. Photo by Bruno Felin / WRI Brazil Sustainable Cities / Flickr
Live from Habitat III: Road Safety Strategies in the New Urban Agenda
Everyday, 1.8 billion children go to school. While some of them use the sidewalks, other have to cross wide avenues – some even have to cross highways. And every day 500 of these children don’t make it to their classes, ...
Uber's Self Driving Car Undergoes Testing in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Photo by Foo Conner / Flickr
Driverless Uber and nuTonomy: A Future to Cheer or Fear?
The future is here, or it is very close: Uber announced “driverless” car services in downtown Pittsburgh; nuTonomy, a MIT spin-off technology company, just started commercial trials of autonomous taxis in Singapore.  These developments come way before car manufacturers and ...
Ecobici rider traverses the busy road in Mexico City. Photo by Alejandro / Flickr
Of Lords and Ladies: Exposing Mexico City’s Corruption, Unsafe Roads and more
A video went viral earlier this month in Mexico. Ari Santillan, urban activist and contributor to TheCityFix Mexico, was biking home after work on a dedicated bus-bike lane in Mexico City when a car, driving illegally in the lane, started ...
Buses, Privately-owned Vehicles and Pedestrians Navegate the Bustling Streets of Bangalore, India. Photo by EMBARQ Sustainable Urban Mobility by WRI / Flickr
India Is One Step Closer to Safer Roads with the Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Bill 2016
Every year, approximately 1.25 million people die in road traffic crashes. In 2015, India recorded 146,133 road traffic fatalities, which means that the country accounts for over 11 percent of the global numbers. While India is home to roughly two percent of ...
São Miguel Paulista is the first Area 40 (25 mph zone) implemented in São Paulo to undergo urban design interventions. Photo by Mariana Gil / WRI Brazil
Nossa Cidade: Redesigning One of São Paulo’s Peripheral Streets for Safety
  Nossa Cidade (“Our City”), from TheCityFix Brasil, explores critical questions for building more sustainable cities. Leaning on the expertise of specialists at WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities, the series features in depth articles on urban planning, sustainable mobility, resilience, road ...
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