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How Transport Planning in Brazil’s Cities Can Be More Inclusive of Women of Color

Brazil’s National Urban Mobility Policy has a core objective of reducing transport inequalities nationwide and promoting more inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable mobility in...

In Jakarta, the Case for Bus Electrification Grows Stronger

The Government of Jakarta has committed to electrifying 100% of its Transjakarta bus fleets by 2030, which amounts to over 10,000 vehicles. Since 2020,...

In Jakarta, New Study Finds Bus Electrification is Both Feasible and Urgent

The Government of Jakarta has committed to electrifying 100% of its Transjakarta bus fleets by 2030, which amounts to over 10,000 vehicles. Since 2020,...

The City As A Learning Lab: Experiences and Inspiration from Bogotá

For the first time since the pandemic, ITDP and MOBILIZE Program partners convened in-person in Bogotá, Colombia for multiple days of knowledge sharing, hands-on...

Challenges and Opportunities for Gender-Equitable Transport in Cairo, Egypt

ITDP Africa, in partnership with the New Urban Communities Authority (NUCA), UN Women, and UN-Habitat, recently undertook a comprehensive study to understand the...

To Tackle Staffing Shortages, Boston’s Bus System Can Learn from These Global Cities

US cities need practical, creative solutions to improve its faltering public transit systems. In the Greater Boston area in particular, where ITDP US has...

Why Trans and Queer Visibility on Public Transport Matters

There are two transgender holidays. The International Transgender Day of Remembrance is honored every November 20th. It is a memorial. Practically every member of...

Exploring the Cycling Gender Gap in China’s Cities

We know that there persists a gender gap in cycling that prevents women and girls from choosing cycling as a primary transport mode in...

Cycling’s Gender Gap: Breaking The Cycle of Inequality

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Insights from Cairo: Improving Mobility Through Bikeshare

Amid the global bikeshare boom, the call for bikeshare systems in African cities is gaining momentum. The unprecedented rate of urbanization and increased vehicle...

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