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PODCAST: Amid Increasingly Dangerous Streets, India Passes Cutting-Edge Road Safety Law
PODCAST: Amid Increasingly Dangerous Streets, India Passes Cutting-Edge Road Safety Law
India’s national government is taking the most significant steps in years to make it safer to drive and walk in the country. More people and more cars in India’s fast-growing cities mean higher chances of deadly crashes and life-altering injuries. ...
Live from Transforming Transportation 2019: The Convergence of Old and New Mobility
Live from Transforming Transportation 2019: The Convergence of Old and New Mobility
Why is Transforming Transportation (TT) 2019 focused on new mobility? Tech-driven disruptions in transport are already having huge impacts on our cities, said Ani Dasgupta, global director of WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. “What do we need to do ...
Live From Transforming Transportation 2019: The Promise and Reality of New Mobility Today
Live From Transforming Transportation 2019: The Promise and Reality of New Mobility Today
When Transforming Transportation (TT) started 16 years ago, the transport landscape looked very different. Ride-hailing services were unheard of. Shared bike systems were exclusive to just a few cities. Smartphones were still years away. No one had heard of Facebook ...
6 Road Design Changes That Can Save Lives
6 Road Design Changes That Can Save Lives
 Urbanization is by and large a good thing, corresponding with steady declines in extreme poverty. More compact cities may also hold the key to a sustainable future. But this trend has come with a side effect: more dangerous city streets. With ...
Ani Dasgupta: Global Urban Policy Should Be on Par with Climate
Ani Dasgupta: Global Urban Policy Should Be on Par with Climate
 “We need to get where climate policy is in urban policy,” said WRI Ross Center Global Director Ani Dasgupta in an interview with Urbanet. Speaking at the World Urban Forum last month, he noted that cities are vitally important ...
Better Coordination, Engagement Needed to “Bend the Curve” for Cities, Say Experts at World Urban Forum
Better Coordination, Engagement Needed to “Bend the Curve” for Cities, Say Experts at World Urban Forum
Cities are essential to achieve not only the New Urban Agenda, an unprecedented statement of intent by 167 countries more than a year ago in Quito, but the Sustainable Development Goals and Paris Agreement, said a series of urban policymakers, ...