Sunday, June 23, 2024

Why Cities Need to Invest in Active Mobility for the Climate and Economy

Current urbanization trends, rising incomes, and increased vehicle ownership are steering cities toward a future with 40% less travel by walking, cycling, and public...

Sustainable Mobility Up, Climate Emissions Down

Cities around the world are leading the way towards a sustainable future – but without rapid transformation, climate emissions will continue to rise. Give...

Elevating the Role of Active Mobility at COP28

A note from Heather Thompson, CEO of ITDP, and Sheila Watson, Deputy Director of the FIA Foundation, on active mobility at COP28.The post Elevating...

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...

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...

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...

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...

How This Historic City Is Transforming Its Motorists Into Cyclists #WorldBicycleDay

This World Bicycle Day, it is important to share and explore lessons from a city that is making tangible efforts to make cycling safe,...

Bogotá, Colombia’s Approach to Safe, Sustainable, and Accessible Transport

As with many global cities, the disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic has led Bogotá to rethink its approach to sustainable mobility, improve access and...

The Dawn of India’s Walking and Cycling Revolution

The global pandemic redefined our relationship with our city streets and urban mobility. As COVID-19 brought many cities to a halt, people all over...

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Over the course of a year, the MOBILIZE Learning Lab convened by ITDP and VREF convened global transport researchers and advocates to discuss the...

Why Cities Need Public Transport To Be Well-Funded, Equitable, and Resilient

Over the course of a year, the MOBILIZE Learning Lab convened by ITDP and VREF convened global transport researchers and advocates to discuss the...

Why Cities Need Public Transport To Be Well-Funded, Equitable, and Resilient

Over the course of a year, the MOBILIZE Learning Lab convened by ITDP and VREF convened global transport researchers and advocates to discuss the...

Building momentum for a national passenger rail network

After the setbacks of the late 90s and early 2000s, passenger rail advocates along the Gulf Coast were not discouraged. Through the work of...