Posts in the 'Integrated Transport' category
Brazil is Ramping up Support of Electric Vehicles
Brazil is Ramping up Support of Electric Vehicles
Anfavea, Brazil’s auto industry trade group, has predicted that personal car sales will increase 68 percent, from 3.4 million units in 2011 to 5.7 million by 2016. One of the barriers Brazil has faced when attempting to transition to cleaner ...
Private Investment for Public Transport: Sao Paulo’s Linha 4 Leads the Way
Private Investment for Public Transport: Sao Paulo’s Linha 4 Leads the Way
Brazil has what may seem like a fortunate problem: public finance is too readily available for transport projects. The government financed most of the improved transport for the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Rio Olympics, while the three big public ...
Where BRT Came from, and Where It's Going
Where BRT Came from, and Where It's Going
Bus rapid transit (BRT) and Bus of High Level of Service (BHLS) have been implemented in 197 cities around the world, with corridors extending a total of 5,000 km and carrying 32 million passengers per day.  Furthermore, as cities continue ...
Why Developing Cities Should Standardize and Open Their Transit Data
Why Developing Cities Should Standardize and Open Their Transit Data
Wondering if it would be faster to bike, take the bus or metro to work? A simple search on Google Maps or your preferred transit app can give you this information almost instantly, thanks to transit agencies that provide their ...
7 Steps Businesses Can Take to Improve the Mobility of their Employees
7 Steps Businesses Can Take to Improve the Mobility of their Employees
In Brazil, commutes make up about half of all daily trips. Because the majority of the commutes occur at peak hours, Brazil’s major cities are facing intense congestion, particularly during rush hours. For example, in the metropolitan areas of São ...
Day 2 of Mexico City’s XI Congreso: New Climate Economy and Using Technology for Better Cities
Day 2 of Mexico City’s XI Congreso: New Climate Economy and Using Technology for Better Cities
This morning kicked off the second day of the International Congress on Sustainable Cities and Transport (“XI Congreso”) in Mexico City, where urban planners and transport experts have gathered to brainstorm on how to build more “human cities.” Today’s workshops, panels and ...