Type: Webinar

Streets are not only conduits for mobility and utilities, but they also form a huge chunk of our public space inventory. Designing streets as complete streets that cater to a myriad of different user groups and activities ensures a livable city that is sustainable. In this webinar ITDP India will look at why we need…

Webinar description  The “Access for All: Access and Gender” paper, co-authored by ITDP and WEDO, distills how transportation systems have failed to account for diverse mobility patterns and needs, and provides key recommendations to promote gender-responsive actions. During this webinar, we will discuss how transit-oriented development (TOD) provides integrated urban places that bring together people,…

About the Webinar BRT has proliferated all over the world since the 1980s. More recently, it has been pursued in cities across the US. As a viable high capacity transit system, it can move riders quickly and reliably at a fraction of the cost of rail. Yet confusion still abounds throughout the country around what…

About the Webinar As cities seek to improve their transportation systems to make them more sustainable, equitable, and useful for people, it is critical that they first understand how their system performs.  To that end, ITDP has developed a suite of 12 indicators that can be used to benchmark sustainable mobility in cities. In this webinar,…

About the Webinar The rapid pace of change in transport demands brought about by transportation network companies (TNCs) like Uber, Lyft and Didi, has prompted cities to evaluate best practices for regulating this industry. ITDP’s new report, Ride Fair: A Policy Framework for Managing Transportation Network Companiespresents cities with a framework for regulating TNCs to maximize…

About the Webinar In this webinar, MOBILIZE Fortaleza speaker, Dr. Ricardo Giesen, Director of the BRT Centre of Excellence, presents experiences in developing analytical methods to avoid bus bunching in BRT systems. He discusses main challenges in implementing this technology and reviews pilot studies in Santiago, Chile, and Lund, Sweden.   Webinar Recording  

About the Webinar Fortaleza, Brazil transformed its urban mobility during a time of economic recession through the implementation of low cost and high impact projects. The transition from a car- to people-centric paradigm is based on three key factors: strong political support, highly qualified technical staff and data-based policies towards the promotion of public transport,…

About the Webinar In Indonesia, a kampung kota (urban village) is a compact, mixed-use neighborhood within the larger city. These neighborhoods, made up of everyday working people, are often overrun by motorcyclists as a shortcut to reach their destinations, disrupting sidewalks and the local environment. If designed properly, however, motorcyclists’ paths could become the backbone…

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