Posts tagged with 'Hyderabad'
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Financing Sustainable Infrastructure: A Tale of Two Cities
Financing Sustainable Infrastructure: A Tale of Two Cities
Investment in infrastructure is vital for cities to function and prosper. But many local governments struggle to finance large infrastructure projects while a huge proportion of their residents live in poverty. Two pioneering cities – Hyderabad and Kampala – have ...
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Photo by McKay Savage.
Smart Technology Entrepreneurship Initiatives for Auto-Rickshaw Rides
This blog post is a part of the catalyzing new mobility program and receives support from The Rockefeller Foundation. In a previous blog post, we highlighted the various opportunities in the auto-rickshaw sector for entrepreneurs to develop innovative businesses. One ...
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Photo via the Huffington Post.
Friday Fun: Shoe-Shaped Car to Celebrate Women’s Day
Yesterday was International Women’s Day, and we commemorated the day with a round-up of our previous posts on women and sustainable transportation. Indian car designer, Sudhakar Yadav also celebrated International Women’s Day, but he did so by building cars shaped like ...
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TheCityFix Picks, September 23: Low Car(bon) Communities, BRT on Strike, Rail-Volution
Welcome back to TheCityFix Picks, our series highlighting the newsy and noteworthy of the past week. Each Friday, we’ll run down the headlines falling under TheCityFix’s five themes: integrated transport, urban development and accessibility, air quality and climate change, health and ...
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Current patterns of sprawling urban development are unsustainable. Image via Salvador Herrera's presentation from Transforming Transportation 2011.
TT2011: Global Perspectives on Sustainable Transport and Urban Development
Originally posted on EMBARQ.org. Urban dwellers in China, India and Mexico may not think they have much in common, but cities in all three countries are experiencing similar rapid growth patterns and the subsequent challenges in managing that growth in ...
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Do We Have The Right To Walk?
Do We Have The Right To Walk?
Transport statistics from many cities reveal that pedestrians are fast becoming extinct. In one Indian city, Hyderabad, a transformation may happen which has the potential to change the rules of the game.