Tuesday, May 21, 2024

How Indonesian Cities Are Prioritizing Inclusive Public Transport

The lack of holistic data on how marginalized and differently-abled groups move in major cities is often a barrier to developing more inclusive urban...

How Indonesian Cities Are Prioritizing Inclusive Public Transport

The lack of holistic data on how marginalized and differently-abled groups move in major cities is often a barrier to developing more inclusive urban...

How Indonesian Cities Are Prioritizing Inclusive Public Transport

The lack of holistic data on how marginalized and differently-abled groups move in major cities is often a barrier to developing more inclusive urban...

Pedestrian Bridges Make Cities Less Walkable. Why Do Cities Keep Building Them?

Pedestrian bridges are structures built over roads that require people to take longer, often inaccessible routes up and over many lanes of car traffic,...

Fostering Sustainable, Accessible African Cities Through TOD

Rapid urbanization is creating complex, multifaceted challenges and opportunities around the world. African cities are undeniably at the forefront of this phenomenon. As Africa’s...

The Right to Walk: Insights from Walk21 Kigali

Walk21 advocates for improvements to walking-related policy and infrastructure to ensure that walking is measured, valued, and prioritized by governments and stakeholders around the...

How This Indian City is Empowering Women and Improving Transport Connectivity

Bhubaneswar Is the capital of the State of Odisha in India and forms one of the Golden Triangle of Tourism nodes in the State,...

How This Indian City is Empowering Women and Improving Transport Connectivity

The City of Bhubaneswar, a 2023 Sustainable Transport Award Honorable Mention, has been a significant mover in green and equitable urban mobility since 2018,...

Mobility in Times of Crisis: A View from Lviv, Ukraine

Since early 2021, the City of Lviv and Ukraine as a whole has faced another major crisis on the heels of the pandemic —...

The Need to Reimagine the Nairobi Expressway As A Green Corridor

The Nairobi Expressway, implemented under a build-operate-transfer model by China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC), is arguably Kenya’s most distinct private-public partnership project. While...

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