Posts in the 'Integrated Transport' category
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Reclaiming Parking Spots for Bikes in Gurugram, India. Photo by Amit Bhatt
Swapping Parking Spots for Bike Lots Can Transform India’s Cities
One city in India is swapping its cars for bikes. WRI India and Nagarro Software, in partnership with Udaan NGO and NASSCOM Foundation, recently launched the Seeds for Change project in Gurugram, India, reclaiming four car parking spots to make ...
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A Women Travels by Bus in India. Photo by Benoit Colin/EMBARQ/Flickr
Why it is Key to Include Gender Equality in Transport Design
A 1996 iconic study from Vienna, Austria explored why there were fewer girls (above age nine) in public parks as compared to the number of boys. The researchers concluded that the boys were more assertive in their use of the ...
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Crowded cycle lanes on Car-free Day in Bogotá. Photo by Diego Bauman / Bogota City Hall
Car-free Day Continues to Steer Bogotá Away from Cars
For 18 years, Bogotá, Colombia, has shown that a large city can survive without cars. In 2000, Mayor Enrique Peñalosa—currently in his second term—implemented Car-free Day. This initiative, which residents approved by referendum, takes place on the first Thursday of ...
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Transmilenio BRT in Bogota, Colombia. Photo by: Comité Internacional de la Cruz Roja / Flickr
What’s Holding Back Latin American Cities’ Clean Bus Transition?
The 18 Latin American Cities currently signed onto the Clean Bus Declaration of 2015 are sending clear signals to the market about their commitment to transitioning their bus fleets to low or zero emission buses. The time to transition is ...
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Bangalore Bus Network. Photo by Benoit Colin / WRI / Flickr
On-demand Buses in India: Opportunities and Challenges in Implementation
Imagine hailing a bus through a smartphone application in India for your daily commute from home to college or work. On-demand transportation leverages technology to connect a bus in the vicinity with a passenger looking to travel in the same ...
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During Transforming Transportation 2017, Global Director of WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities Ani Dasgupta met with three students, Paul Molta, Seema Singh and Manuel Santana Palacios, to discuss the future of urban development. Photo by Luca Lo Re / WRI / Flickr
3 Students Look Toward the Future of Sustainable Transport
Transforming Transportation (#TTDC17) is the annual conference co-organized by the World Bank and the EMBARQ mobility initiative of WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. This year’s conference was themed Beyond Commitments: Sustainable Mobility for All, and took place on January 12 and 13, ...
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