Posts tagged with 'Latin America'
Transport and Inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean
Transport and Inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean
Last week, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) released its first Human Development Report for Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). The report, “Acting On The Future: Breaking The Intergenerational Cycle Of Inequality” (PDF in Spanish), focuses on policies that ...
UNEP: BRT Key to Sustainable Urban Development in Latin America and the Caribbean
UNEP: BRT Key to Sustainable Urban Development in Latin America and the Caribbean
The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) just released a major report highlighting the importance of bus systems — and bus rapid transit (BRT), in particular — to environmental preservation in Latin America and the Caribbean. The report — “Latin America and ...
Q&A: Three Years of Transantiago
Q&A: Three Years of Transantiago
Transantiago, the public transport system in Santiago, Chile that combines bus rapid transit (BRT), feeder bus lines and a metro system, celebrated its third birthday last month. You may remember the news coverage from its opening weeks in February 2007. ...
Zazcar Breaks Ground in Latin America, Makes Sao Paulo the World's 1000th Car-Sharing City
Zazcar Breaks Ground in Latin America, Makes Sao Paulo the World's 1000th Car-Sharing City
Zazcar became the 1,000th city in the world to offer car-sharing services. Let’s commemorate this milestone with a holiday! Our good friends at World Streets today highlight a huge milestone for sustainable mobility: Sao Paulo (19.6 million metro population) became ...
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