Posts tagged with 'transport demand management (TDM)'
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An auto-rickshaw transports passengers in Gujarat, India. Photo by lecercle.
Promoting ridesharing for the daily commute in Mumbai
Recently, the State Government of Maharashtra (the third largest state in India, located on the western side of the country, and home to the cities of Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur) began looking into a proposal to run long-distance, point-to-point shared ...
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"Entrepreneurial Mobility" in Mexico City
“Entrepreneurial Mobility” in Mexico City
Imagine spending two years of your life stuck in your car, with no one but the radio for company. That is the reality for everyone who spends two hours commuting to and from work, five days a week, for 35 ...
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A Project in Social Forecasting
A Project in Social Forecasting
From the BBC: “How will climate change have affected the world by 2050?” Listen to Lee Schipper, EMBARQ‘s Director of Research, as he explains how urbanization, climate change, and transportation will combine to effect the world’s cities. Note: This file ...
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Congestion Pricing Debate Heats Up
Congestion Pricing Debate Heats Up
New York City’s contentious new proposal on congestion pricing has fomented a lot of passionate debate in the last few days. Below are links to several transport experts’ analysis of congestion pricing in other cities: Lee Schipper, EMBARQ’s Director of ...
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Congestion Pricing for New York City?
Congestion Pricing for New York City?
A more peaceful New York? Photo from http://wwp.new-york-usa.com/ The New York Times reports today that Mayor Bloomberg will announce on Sunday an ambitious proposal to give New York City a much needed face lift. Among the undertakings included in the ...
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