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Toward Car-Free Cities: Beijing Seeks an Inroad to Sustainable Transport
Toward Car-Free Cities: Beijing Seeks an Inroad to Sustainable Transport
“Toward Car-Free Cities,” a blog series by WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities’ Urban Mobility Team, explores the challenges and opportunities for Transport Demand Management (TDM) strategies. TDM focuses on reducing the demand for private vehicles through combining public policy ...
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How Commuting Choices Influence Quality of Life in India’s Cities
How Commuting Choices Influence Quality of Life in India’s Cities
Cities across India are undertaking a variety of land-use, transportation and housing projects, but most plans do not consider the connection between the built environment and the health of residents. This is a mistake, according to new research by the ...
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Bicycles navigate traffic in Mumbai, India. Photo by Adam Cohn/ Flickr
Reversing Mumbai’s Bicycle Decline Has Broad Implications for Quality of Life
Bicycling is on the decline in India’s largest city; perhaps as few as 0.8 percent of a population of 12 million bicycles, according to one estimate, down from an already-low 6 percent measured in 2008. In a new op-ed for ...
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A congestion charge system in Stockholm has helped lower traffic volume and pollution, but hasn’t been without controversy. Photo by Susanne Nilsson / Flickr
Toward Car-Free Cities: Stockholm Shows the Sometimes-Bumpy Road to Congestion Charges
“Toward Car-Free Cities,” a blog series by WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities’ Urban Mobility Team, explores the challenges and opportunities for Transport Demand Management (TDM) strategies. TDM focuses on reducing the demand for private vehicles through combining public policy ...
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Subsidizing Congestion? India’s Current Fiscal Policy for Public Buses and Private Vehicles
Revenue generated from taxation allows governments to invest in infrastructure and resources that allow for the delivery of essential services. Broadly speaking, these investments are expected to work towards improving the quality of life for the country’s citizens. However, India’s ...
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Infrastructure Incentivizes Use of Non-motorized Transport in Beijing. Photo by Benoit Colin / EMBARQ / Flickr
Combatting Traffic Congestion with Transport Demand Management in China
China has experienced unprecedented urbanization over the past 30 years, leading to rapid mobilization and a seven fold increase in the nation’s urban area. According to the Ministry of Housing’s China Urban Construction Statistical Yearbook, China’s built urban area grew ...
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