ITDP’s multimedia publications support and enhance our program work by illustrating the context and key concepts of our work.

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Recent Multimedia

  • Menos Cajones Mas Ciudad

    Menos Cajones Mas Ciudad Hoy se construyen más espacios de estacionamientos que oficinas y viviendas en las ciudades mexicanas. Esto se refleja en la mala calidad de vida de sus ciudadanos. Ya que más cajones incentivan más viajes en auto. Además los grandes estacionamientos ocupan lugares donde podría haber parques, comercio, vivienda o servicios. La solución es que las ... Read More
  • Sizing Up Parking Space

    Sizing-Up-Parking-SpacesThere are many other potential uses for spaces reserved for parking. This illustration puts the opportunity costs in perspective, showing how the private and public realm could be reshaped for higher value purposes. Download this infographic Source: ITDP   Read More
  • The Word on the Street

    Ida Auken Imagecard FinalInspired by our 30th Anniversary in 2015, the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy is taking a look at how far the field of sustainable transportation has come, where it’s going next, and what it means to the people involved.  We asked advocates, experts, activists and everyone in between to share their perspective on sustainable ... Read More
  • A Global Rise in Bus Rapid Transit: 2004 – 2014

    BRT-InfographicBRT systems are growing rapidly, bringing comfortable, fast, high quality transport to millions of people in some of the world’s fastest growing nations, at a fraction of the cost of metro and light rail. 1,849 of the 2,580 km of true BRT corridors have been built in the last ten years, with sweeping growth in many countries around ... Read More
  • The High Shift Scenario for Global Transportation

    The High Shift Scenario for Global Transportation_ ITDP InfographicThe new report, A Global High Shift Scenario, produced by from ITDP and the University of California, Davis, is the first study to examine how major changes in transport investments worldwide would affect urban passenger transport emissions, as well as the mobility of different income groups. This infographic demonstrates, by region, the emissions savings possible from ... Read More
  • Parking: Searching for the Good Life in the City

    Parking cover For too long cities tried to make parking a core feature of the urban fabric, only to discover that yielding to parking demand tears that fabric apart. Parking requirements for new buildings have quietly been changing the landscape, making walking and transit less viable while inducing more traffic. Many cities around the world are now changing course by ... Read More
  • Bus Rapid Transit for Indian Cities

    CoverITDP India Regional Director Shreya Gadepalli presented at a workshop on BRT in India, held in June 2014 in Indore, India. Download this presentation Read More
  • Enrique Peñalosa TED Talk: Why buses represent democracy in action

    Enrique Penalosa TED Talk See ITDP Board President Enrique Peñalosa’s TED Talk on equity, transport, and transforming cities. From “An advanced city is not one where even the poor use cars, but rather one where even the rich use public transport,” argues Enrique Peñalosa. In this spirited talk, the former mayor of Bogotá shares some of the tactics he used to ... Read More
  • Janette Sadik-Khan TED Talk: New York’s Streets? Not So Mean Any More

    Janette Sadik Khan Ted Talk See ITDP Board Member Janette Sadik-Khan’s 2013 TED Talk on changes to New York’s streets that made the city more walkable, bikeable, and livable. From In this funny and thought-provoking talk, Janette Sadik-Khan, transportation commissioner of New York City, shares projects that have reshaped street life in the 5 boroughs, including pedestrian zones in Times Square, high-performance ... Read More
  • Sustainable Transport Award 2014 Winner: Buenos Aires

    Guillermo_300 In 2013, Buenos Aires launched two new corridors of their BRT system, Metrobus: the 23 km corridor of Metrobus Sur and the 3.5 km corridor of 9 de Julio. In addition, the city transformed dozens of blocks in city center into a pedestrian-friendly environment, encouraging walking and cycling. For its success promoting urban mobility, reducing ... Read More