How can you make your city more walkable? ITDP’s new Pedestrians First interactive tools will help. During this webinar, we will explain what matters for walkability and how to use these new tools in your city.

Our world continues to change and evolve everyday since the coronavirus outbreak, and this pandemic will likely have longer-term impacts on our individual behaviors, lifestyles, commutes and travel. In China, strict containment measures have reduced the spread of the virus but also profoundly impacted urban transport systems. In this webinar, ITDP China will discuss the…

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 looked at why we need complete…

Source: Flickr CC US Department of State Office of Science and Technology With a vibrant mix of cultures and a reputation as a culinary paradise, Medan, Indonesia is a must-see destination for many travelers in Southeast Asia. On the streets, residents of Indonesia’s fourth largest city mingle with tourists on their way to visit the…

  Ten years after the system first launched, TransJakarta continues to expand and improve its services for all of Jakarta’s citizens. Through new routes to high-income areas and plans for increased accessibility in low-income areas, TransJakarta aims to maximize the benefits of BRT by creating a system that meets the diverse needs of city residents….

Estación Constitución and its adjacent plaza in Buenos Aires host more than a million pedestrians a day. As the city’s busiest transportation hub, the station connects 34 bus lines, 7 commuter trains and the Subte Metro, Line C. Along with Estación Retiro, another major transportation hub, Estación Constitución recently underwent a series of renovations to…

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