Posts tagged with 'urban mobility'
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Traffic Plagues New York City's Times Square. Photo by Javi Sánchez de la viña/Flickr
Toward Car-Free Cities: Why Congestion Charging Failed in New York
“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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São Paulo, Brazil Offers a Variety of Mobility Options. Photo by Mariana Gil / WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities / Flickr
Transforming Transportation: Toward Sustainable Mobility for All
From taxi apps to car sharing, from buses to the metro, from bike sharing to walking, not to mention personal cars, there are more transportation choices than ever before for that staple of modern life: the daily commute. The same ...
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Simón Gaviria, Chief Director, National Planning Department of Colombia, Ani Dasgupta, Enrique García, Executive President and CEO, CAF, Rémy Rioux, CEO, AFD, Koki Hirota, Chief Economist, JICA at today’s WRI and International Development Finance Club’s side event. Photo by Giulia Christianson/WRI.
Live from Habitat III: Innovative Financing, New Mobility Initiatives, the Importance of Core Urban Service and More
Habitat III officially launched today, and TheCityFix was on the ground in Quito to report on the urgent messages and announcements to emerge from Day One. Follow here for coverage of WRI’s presence. Making the New Urban Agenda Work for ...
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CAPTION HERE. Photo by Marko Simo / Flickr
New Urban Transport Models Can Help Create Sustainable Cities
Urban leaders from around the world are meeting in Quito, Ecuador, October 17-20, 2016, to set the global agenda for the future of cities at the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development, known as Habitat III. Through ...
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The TransCarioca BRT offered improved transport during the Olympics and beyond. Photo credit: Mariana Gil/WRI
Rio Olympics’ Legacy: Urban Mobility
The Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, the first South American city to host the modern games, famously faced challenges in the run-up to the event – from construction delays to a polluted venue to worries about the Zika virus ...
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A Pokemon Go player catches a Pokemon while walking outside. Photo by Penn State / Flickr
Friday Fun: How Pokémon Go Is Creating a New Generation of Urban Explorers
In the past few weeks, if you’ve seen people roaming around, staring at their phones and spontaneously shouting with glee, or crowds of people inexplicably congregating in parks, there’s a good chance you’ve witnessed someone playing Pokémon Go. Since its ...
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