Type: Video



 ITDP’s Cycling Cities Campaign aims to provide governments, planners, advocates, and others the tools to make cycling a safe and affordable transportation option in cities worldwide. Composed of a global coalition of cities, civil society organizations, and private sector partners, ITDP’s Cycling Cities Campaign calls for 25 million more people near safe cycle lanes by…

Thank you for celebrating 35 years with us! What is clear, is that cities are shaped not by random acts of nature, but by the deliberate priorities, policies, and political will of decisive moments. We are in such a moment now. How our cities will grow and change in the next 35 years, is up…

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…

In 2014, Chennai became the first in India to come up with a policy that aimed to prioritise its pedestrians. However, more than 5 years later, is Chennai pedestrian-friendly?  This video features Aswathy Dilip, Senior Program Manager, ITDP India. Video Source: The News Minute  

  “Walkability is not just a sidewalk – it’s a whole system of design and infrastructure.” This video follows Joe Chestnut, former Program Associate at ITDP, through the busy streets in downtown Kuala Lumpur as he discusses the importance of good walking infrastructure in cities. The video features a pedestrian overpass which, as infrastructure, appears…

BostonBRT All Door Boarding Demonstration from ITDP on Vimeo. Allowing passengers to board a bus at any door (front, back, middle) and pre-pay are basic elements of BRT. These elements are also the foundation of good bus service. Boston embarked on demonstrating to riders how such improvements could dramatically change the daily commute with the…

It’s Smart To Be Dense from STREETFILMS on Vimeo. Video References.   Urban density is fundamental principle of sustainable development. Density supports economic and creative vibrancy, social integration, and a healthy, environmental sustainable development model. As the world’s population continues to urbanize, our cities have two options for growth: densify or sprawl. The private-car dependent…

Riding the Bike Share Boom from STREETFILMS on Vimeo.

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