Posts in the 'Integrated Transport' category
Open data can help the private sector develop powerful visualizations of how public transit works. Photo by kris krüg/Flickr.
Friday Fun: Using Open Data to Visualize Public Transport, in Videos
Talk to any data expert, and you’ll probably hear about how data is revolutionizing urban transport. Without access to travel information, people are left in the dark when it comes to planning their day—a major inefficiency for any city. For ...
Residents away a bus in the port city of Saint Denis. Access to real-time information about transit can help reduce waiting times and increase ridership. Photo by Miwok/Flickr.
Real-Time Transit Data Is Good for People and Cities. What’s Holding This Technology Back?
People with access to real-time transit information have been shown to spend 15 percent less time waiting at bus stops than people without this information. Additionally, a study of Chicago’s bus routes found that access to real-time transit information increased ...
Photo by WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities/ Flickr
Making Space for Corridors and Ensuring Reliability: Answering BRT’s Biggest Questions
On January 11, 2016 the BRT Center of Excellence launched a new book called “Restructuring Public Transport through Bus Rapid Transit.” The new resource provides researchers, students and decision makers an overview of how cities can effectively implement BRT in a variety ...
Photo by WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities
Emerging Trends, Model Cities and Major Challenges: Answering BRT’s Biggest Questions
On January 11, 2016 the BRT Center of Excellence launched a new book called “Restructuring Public Transport through Bus Rapid Transit.” The new resource provides researchers, students and decision makers an overview of how cities can effectively implement BRT in ...
Photo by Iván Erre Jota/Flickr
With a (Not So) New Mayor, Bogotá Refocuses Its Attention on Public Transport
In his inaugural address on January 1, 2016, Mayor of Bogota Enrique Peñalosa outlined some ambitious goals. In line with the achievements of his first administration, Peñalosa declared his vision to make Bogota a world leader in sustainable mobility with the “best public transport ...
Photo by Joy Banerjee/ Flickr
Delhi’s Diet Plan
Kudos to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and all others in the Delhi government responsible for announcing a car-restriction program. It is great to see city leaders realize that private vehicles cannot solve its mobility problem and start a diet programme. ...
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