Posts tagged with 'Mass Transit'
Public transit users wait at a bus stop on Bogotá's Carrera Séptima.  As part of the reorganization of the city's transit under the Integrated Public Transport System (SITP), more than 1,500 new bus stops will be installed, including both permanent shelters and movable flag stations like the one above. Photo by Gwen Kash.
Community Voices: Integrated Public Transport in Bogota
Bogota’s Integrated Public Transport System (SITP) is poised to transform transit in the city when it is launched this December. The project is projected to improve order and efficiency, mitigate pollution, and reduce traffic injuries and fatalities. Such a transformation ...
Photo by Will Vanlue.
Striking a Balance in Transport for All Road Users
A recent study out of the London School of Medicine found that in comparing walking to cycling on London’s congested roads, bicyclists tend to have a higher concentration of carbon deposit in their lungs. We previously covered this story as ...
A train arrives at Circular Quay in Sydney. Photo by Sacha Fernandez.
7 Ways to Improve Sydney’s E-Ticketing System
Last month, the State Minister for Transport announced that Sydney’s new integrated public transport ticketing system, the Opal Card, would begin operating in late 2012. (See here for a list of other names considered for the new contactless smartcard ticketing system. Ideas ...
Empty roads could only mean one thing:Happy World Carfree Day! Photo by Luis Argerich.
Celebrate World Carfree Day!
Every September 22 is World Carfree Day, a global, annual celebration of cities and public life, free from the noise, stress and pollution produced by cars. It is a chance for the world to liberate itself from the car-dominated society ...
Photo by EMBARQ.
TheCityFix Picks, September 2: Mobilidade Curitiba, Pedestrian Demographics, Talking Transit in Jaipur
Integrated Transport The Latin American Association for Integrated Transport and Bus Rapid Transit (SIBRT) hosted Mobilidade Curitiba, a transport workshop exploring the urban mobility of Curitiba, Brazil, on Wednesday. The city of Detroit is pursuing a bike sharing system, with near-term plans to ...
Photo Essay: A Tale of Two Bus Systems in Bogotá
Photo Essay: A Tale of Two Bus Systems in Bogotá
All photos by Gwen Kash. More than a decade after its inception, Bogotá’s pioneering TransMilenio BRT system carries 1.6 million passengers every weekday. Its many successes, such as reducing pollution, improving safety and reducing travel time for Bogotanos, may be ...
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