Thursday, May 30, 2024

Dakar, Senegal’s Electric BRT Leads the Way for African Cities

The city of Dakar recently launched the anticipated 18.3km fully electric BRT system, a first in the Africa region. The e-BRT system is expected...

Dakar, Senegal’s Electric BRT Leads the Way for African Cities

The city of Dakar recently launched the anticipated 18.3km fully electric BRT system, a first in the Africa region. The e-BRT system is expected...

In Rio de Janeiro, the New TransBrasil BRT Takes Shape

Avenida Brasil is one of the most important roads in Brazil and, at nearly 60 kilometers in length, serves as one of the primary...

Cities Need Good Public Transport More Than Ever. BRT Shows Us How.

The COVID-19 pandemic had significant impacts on public transport systems worldwide. Public health restrictions in cities limited the mobility of many—the International Energy Agency...

E-Buses: On the Road to Lowering Emissions and Improving Public Transport

The electrification of a city’s bus fleet allows them to actively fight against the harmful consequences of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). To support e-bus...

E-Buses: On the Road to Lowering Emissions and Improving Public Transport

The electrification of a city’s bus fleet allows them to actively fight against the harmful consequences of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). To support e-bus...

Art on the Move: Fusing Community Creativity with Public Transport

The City of Lynn, north of Boston, MA, and the Lynn Public Art Commission (LPAC) collaborated with the Boston Bus Rapid Transit initiative (BostonBRT,...

This Vibrant New Bus Stop is Uniting Public Transit with Nature and Art

ITDP US worked in collaboration with a number of community and design organizations and local artists to develop the Flower Walk concept for a...

This Vibrant New Bus Stop is Uniting Public Transit with Nature and Art

ITDP US worked in collaboration with a number of community and design organizations and local artists to develop the Flower Walk concept for a...

This Vibrant New Bus Stop is Uniting Public Transit with Nature and Art

ITDP US worked in collaboration with a number of community and design organizations and local artists to develop the Flower Walk concept for a...

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According to the World Health Organization (WHO), global road deaths average over 3,200 per day, with road traffic crashes remaining the leading killer of...

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Almost a century ago, the railroads were the economic engine of the country, spurring the transportation of both goods and people over long distances....

Does your community have too much parking? Here’s how to find out.

Many communities are either “overparked” (meaning they have too much parking) or are inefficiently allocating their existing parking resources. By understanding how communities’ parking...

Rays of hope: National City, CA’s Community Connectors story

After many decades of being divided by highways, community members in National City, CA are building capacity to reconnect their community in a project...