Author: Margaret Van Cleve

New ITDP Report Helps Cities “Plug” E-bikes and E-scooters into their Transport Networks The report positions  cities to take an active role in managing the use of e-bikes, e-scooters, and other electric micromobility modes, maximizing benefits and minimizing negative impacts. Within the past couple of years, cities have witnessed a proliferation of personal mobility devices:…

São Paulo took one of the streets most emblematic of car culture and commercial growth: Paulista Avenue and removed cars once a week. Four years later, this program has maintained its massive popularity and residents are happy weekly participants, according to recent survey. This post was translated and edited from another version published on ArchDaily…

Transjakarta, the longest BRT in the world at 244 km, has, in the past few years, more than doubled their daily ridership to 950,000 people over the last few years. One of the reasons for its success is a well executed integration with other transportation cooperatives, expanding both reach and ridership. 15 years after the…

As ITDP Indonesia’s Deputy Director since 2013, Faela has brought deep technical knowledge of and extensive experience in Southeast Asia and globally. Under her leadership, ITDP Indonesia is well-placed to continue their successes in transforming the lives of Jakarta’s transit users, cyclists, and pedestrians, and replicate these throughout the SE Asia region. Working with ITDP,…

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