Posts tagged with 'India'
Pune is trying to find solutions for its heavily congested streets. Photo by Ted.
Pune’s Metro Rail Moves Forward, Faces Roadblocks Ahead
The Maharashtra Government approved the Pune Metro Rail a couple of weeks ago, but critics are still concerned about whether or not the project is a suitable solution for Pune’s traffic problems. Last month, the Pune Municipal Corporation’s initial enthusiasm ...
Photo by seanpinto.
Public Subsidizes Costly Car-Centric Link to Mumbai
The Bandra-Worli Sea Link, a cable bridge that links Bandra to the western suburbs of Mumbai across one of the region’s many bays, is experiencing greater cost overruns than expected, compounded by lower rates of use and thus less toll ...
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. ...
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 ...
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 ...
Geodata of open source Flickr data in San Francisco. (Photos taken by tourists are in red, blue by local and yellow could be both). Photo by Eric Fischer.
TT2011: The Need for a New Paradigm in Transport Data Collection and Analysis
In a large city with broad institutional capacity like New York City, a lot of data is available. The city has access to a lot of useful numbers from a variety of sources, from community-based organizations that track the block-by-block details ...
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