Posts tagged with 'survey'
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How Does Your City Prioritize Energy Efficiency Actions? Participate Now in a New Survey!
Are you involved with decision making, operations or investments in the buildings and real estate sector? If the answer is yes, WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities invites you to please share your insights in a survey designed to expand ...
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Accessible Route (Rota Acessível), a new smartphone app in Brazil, allows users to report accessibility problems they encounter in cities. The app’s creation is an innovative way to identify the main accessibility challenges of Brazil’s urban residents. Photo by Gustavo Gomes.
Is crowdsourcing the next revolution in urban accessibility?
Urban residents worldwide encounter a myriad of accessibility challenges every day, many of which pose particular challenges to individuals with disabilities. In an effort to identify these daily challenges, a partnership between the Association for Assistance to Disabled Children (AACD) and IBM recently ...
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ALC-BRT is conducting a survey to better assess the needs of the BRT industry. Photo by action datsun.
New Surveys: Improving Bus Rapid Transit Education
The Across Latitudes and Cultures – Bus Rapid Transit (ALC-BRT) Centre of Excellence for Bus Rapid Transit development is conducting a survey among transport professionals to understand the disconnect between the industry’s needs in technical skills and the actual skills of the ...
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A bike-shaped bike rack outside a Boston "T" subway line. Photo by straightedge217.
New Survey: Carless Options in San Francisco and Boston
Latitude, a Boston-based research consultancy, is asking interested volunteers to forgo using their cars for a week in order to investigate how cities, transportation providers and technology encourages the use of alternative transport (i.e. biking, walking, ridesharing) in San Francisco ...
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Bike rack at Georgetown University. Photo by Patricio Chile.
U.S. Colleges Score Big on Sustainable Transportation
Is the recession putting the brakes on sustainable transportation projects? Not at colleges and universities, it seems. The 2010 College Sustainability Report Card, released earlier this month, gave 105 institutions an “A” for transportation. Only 34 schools received that grade ...
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City or Suburbs? Americans Want It Both Ways
City or Suburbs? Americans Want It Both Ways
The grass really is greener on the other side when it comes to where Americans want to live, according to new research from the Pew Research Center’s Social & Demographic Trends project. And urbanites are the least content with their ...