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2023 STA Winner Paris, France Presents a Bold Vision for its Historic Streets

Over the past few years, Paris’s mobility investments and policies have inspired cities worldwide and garnered significant recognition from the transport community. Soon, the...

2023 STA Winner Paris, France Presents a Bold Vision for its Historic Streets

Over the past few years, Paris’s mobility investments and policies have inspired cities worldwide and garnered significant recognition from the transport community. Soon, the...

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...

In These US Cities, Parking Reform Is Gaining Momentum

Parking reform, an often overlooked component of the  sustainable transport movement, has taken to the national spotlight in the US as it gains momentum...

Advocating for Safer Routes to School for Children Across Mexico

A growing epidemic of traffic injuries is devastating the next generation of children around the globe. According to Safe Kids Worldwide, traffic collisions are...

Reforming Off-Street Parking is the Key to Fewer Emissions and More Livable Cities

In ITDP’s Breaking the Code: Off-Street Parking Reform report, we take a closer look at these considerations and the outcomes of reforms by diving...

What Is A Low Emission Zone?

In cities experiencing rapid urbanization especially, there is a need to shift away from both private cars and transition to electric vehicles to address...

How Beijing is Rethinking Parking and Reclaiming Public Space

Due to rapid motorization and a lack of parking management policy, Beijing’s sidewalks, setbacks, bicycle lanes, and streets have been gradually taken over by...

#MejoresCallesMX: Envisioning Better Streets Across Mexico

All around the world, there is a movement to re-imagine and re-design urban streets that better serve the needs of people, rather than emissions-heavy...

With the Launch of Cairo’s Bikeshare, Cycling Gains Momentum In Africa

For both urban residents and tourists alike, bikeshare programs are being seen as an environmentally friendly and cost-effective transport option, particularly as rising fuel...

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Congressional briefing emphasizes electrification and public transit to meet climate goals

54 years since the first Earth Day, the US is still focusing on highway expansion. In light of increasing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, due...

There’s a climate cost to America’s freeways, and it’s not paid equally.

The environmental impacts of the Interstate Highway System continue to harm communities of color through health hazards, pollution, and displacement. Flickr photo The sprawling roadway network...

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...