Posts tagged with 'traffic'
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How to handle Mumbai's busy streets
How to handle Mumbai’s busy streets
A police force of 3,000 mans Mumbai’s busy streets. Some intersections require more than 5 policemen at a time. Photo by Calamur. Mumbai is an island with little room to grow. In the last four decades, only 900 km (560 ...
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Environmentally friendly traffic jams?
Environmentally friendly traffic jams?
Amsterdam is frequently cited as having the best bicycling infrastructure in the world. Photo by Ronel Reyes. Traffic and congestion is a common sight during rush hours around the world. After battling through hours of traffic, the hunt for a ...
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Pedestrians watch traffic in Mumbai
Teething woes: traffic in Mumbai
An ever growing Mumbai has an ever increasing traffic problem that requires urgent attention. Photo by Tom Spender. Mumbai in western India is the commercial capital of India. A tiny island, the city has grown prodigiously in the past few ...
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Friday Fun: Whom might you run into on public transport?
Many of us who enjoy public transport on a daily basis have been there…. the dinner table stories of your Aunt Mary running into the Duchess of Cambridge on the London Underground or your brother sitting three rows behind Tom ...
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"World's Biggest Blackout" Snarls India's Transport Network
“World’s Biggest Blackout” Snarls India’s Transport Network
More than 600 million people are without power in India, in what is being described as “the world’s biggest blackout.” Cities in 22 of India’s 28 states, including New Delhi, have been affected. As of 1:45 p.m. IST, only 38 megawatts ...
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Research Recap, June 21: Transit Spending, Subway Patterns, Suburban Traffic
Research Recap, June 21: Transit Spending, Subway Patterns, Suburban Traffic
Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Engineering Drives Government Spending According to a new paper released by the Eno Center for Transportation, ...
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