Posts tagged with 'Brazil'
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After running over dozens of cyclists, the driver abandoned his vehicle. Photo via Zero Hora.
Motorist Plows Through Cyclists in Porto Alegre
A motorist sped through a crowd of cyclists in Porto Alegre, Brazil last Friday evening, injuring at least 15 people and sending several others to the hospital. The victims were participating in a monthly Critical Mass event to raise awareness ...
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Indore's groundbreaking public-private partnership to improve transit is a model for rapidly growing Indian cities. Photo by EMBARQ.
Q&A with Madhav Pai, Part 2: Lessons Learned
This interview is part of a bi-weekly series of Q&As with sustainable transportation advocates, planners, engineers, journalists, sociologists and other experts working to shed light on best practices and solutions from across the globe. We welcome your suggestions for future Q&As. ...
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EMBARQ India's new guidebook analyzes Seoul's new bus system. Photo by Bebouchard.
Q&A with Madhav Pai, Part 1: Basic Guidelines for Bus Reforms
This interview is part of a bi-weekly series of Q&As with sustainable transportation advocates, planners, engineers, journalists, sociologists and other experts working to shed light on best practices and solutions from across the globe. We welcome your suggestions for future ...
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An image from the exhibit. Photo by ITDP.
“Our Cities Ourselves” Exhibit Travels to Mexico and Brazil
A traveling exhibition about the future of urban areas opened yesterday in Mexico City and Rio de Janeiro. It showcases the vision of 10 leading architects who imagine urban life in 2030, when “60 percent of the global population – ...
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The 2014 World Cup presents an opportunity for Brazil to boost its sustainable transport infrastructure. Photo by Alicia Nijdam.
Sustainable Transport Moves Center Stage as Brazil’s 2014 World Cup Looms
Originally posted on Smart + Connected Communities Institute by Laurence Cruz. Sustainable transport may not be the first thing people associate with Brazil—a country that typically calls up images of soccer, samba and coffee. But that may be about to ...
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SIBRT hopes to provide useful data and best practices for cities looking to implement bus rapid transit globally. Photo by Meena Kadri.
Establishing Standards to Improve BRT Systems in Latin America
Latin America has some of the most touted transit systems in the world, but it also has some poorly run and maintained transport systems. Since the 1970s, ever since the concept of BRT was born in Curitiba, Brazil, these systems have ...
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