Posts tagged with 'infrastructure'
Filmmakers Luke Geissbühler and Gary Hustwit atop a heliport in Santiago, Chile. Photo via Urbanized.
Friday Fun: Urbanized by Gary Hustwit
Gary Hustwit, the independent filmmaker behind “Helvetica” and “Objectified,” has partnered with cinematographer Luke Geissbuhler to work on a third documentary, “Urbanized.” Gary’s first film documentary, named after the font Helvetica, looks at typography, graphic design and global visual design. Gary’s ...
Health study indicates heart risks for cyclists and need for improved bike infrastructure, such as the pictured Portland cycletrack.  Photo by Paul Krueger.
Research Recap, March 14: Electric Vehicle Readiness, Better Bike Infrastructure, Gas Pump Prices
Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Roadblocks for Electric Vehicle Adoption Deloitte, the international accounting and consulting firm, recently published a study ...
Billboards at IGI Airport (Terminal 3), showing connectivity to Airport Metro Express. Photo by Amit Bhatt.
Delhi Gets a Metro Line for the Airport
Umang Jain co-wrote this post. On February 23, India launched the Delhi Airport Metro Express (DAME), a first-of-its-kind metro rail service connecting New Delhi Railway Station (Central Delhi) to Indira Gandhi International Airport. The project has been implemented using a ...
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 ...
Metrobus Line 3 begins operations. Photo via CTS-México.
Mexico City Launches Third Line of Metrobus BRT
Translated from Spanish via Mexico City’s Metrobús launched Line 3 on Tuesday. The trunk line of the city’s five-year-old BRT system is expected to move 120,000 passengers per day between Tenayuca and Etiopía. The new line will include 17 ...
Bringing Cycling to the Forefront in Turkish Cities
Bringing Cycling to the Forefront in Turkish Cities
Originally posted on EMBARQ Turkey, in collaboration with city officials and local planners, is working to facilitate the construction of pilot cycling corridors in three Turkish cities: Eskişehir, an urban area of about half a million people and two ...
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