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Passenger on the TransOeste BRT in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Photo by Benoit Colin/EMBARQ.
Transport set to be defined as social right by Brazilian Constitution
Urban transport is on its way to becoming a social right in Brazil. On December 4, PEC 90 – a proposed amendment to Article Six of the Brazilian Constitution that would define transport as a social right – was approved ...
Research Recap, October 31: Unhealthy Commutes, Privatized Traffic Enforcement, Motorist Behavior
Research Recap, October 31: Unhealthy Commutes, Privatized Traffic Enforcement, Motorist Behavior
Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Long, Stressful Commutes Bad for Your Health Research out of Lund University in Sweden found a ...
No Room for Bicyclists in Small Wisconsin Town
No Room for Bicyclists in Small Wisconsin Town
A small town in Wisconsin has been getting quite a bit of attention for considering a ban on bicyclists and pedestrian traffic from certain roads. A public safety committee in Hull, Wis., a town with a population of only about ...