Type: Infographic

Demand for and use of private cars is growing worldwide, contributing to major challenges like poor air quality, traffic injuries, and climate change, especially in places experiencing rapid urbanization. Population growth and uptake of vehicles, coupled with inefficient public transportation and land use planning, make traffic a complex problem to manage. While many city leaders…

Urban highways are tied to low-occupancy vehicles, high-stress travel, reduced walkability, erased communities, segregation, and climate change. Building complete streets instead of urban highways leads to healthier, more economically productive, and more sociable cities. Learn more. Full list of sources >> Download the infographic in Bahasa >> Download the infographic in Spanish >>

Walking is the world’s most common mode of transportation. Everyone, regardless of how they travel, is also a pedestrian, as most trips begin and end with walking. Walkability, a measure of how friendly a street, neighborhood, or city is to walking – is one of the most reliable indicators of urban equity, resilience, health, air…

In the world’s most populous cities, the majority of trips are already taken by walking, cycling, and transit. Many cities in India, for example, have less than 10% of trips taken by car. Elevating the priority of micromobility modes gives travelers another private vehicle alternative, particularly if it is integrated with other modes and affordable…

In 2017, Tamil Nadu accounted for nearly 20% of the nation-wide accidents that occurred at intersections. Different directional moving traffic at poorly designed intersections create conflict points often resulting in crashes. While all road users are at risk of being injured in these crashes, pedestrians and cyclists are the most vulnerable. This infographic from the…

The ITDP India Programme with the support of local volunteers, surveyed over 500 cyclists in Erode, and captured not just numbers, but also their stories, fears and concerns about cycling. This infographic and associated video is the first in a series of storytelling graphics, integrating data and real-life testimonials to paint a more full picture…

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