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In cities around the world, urban highways have led to adverse effects including displaced communities, worsened air pollution, increased congestion, severed neighborhoods, and staunched economic development. Realizing that urban highways often cause more harm than good, cities are tearing down elevated viaducts and transforming them into boulevards. Notable examples include the Cheonggyecheon River project in…

Recent bus priority pilot projects in greater Boston have gained national prominence for the speed with which tactical interventions, such as trial morning peak dedicated lanes and temporary boarding platforms, boosted the rider experience. Planned and executed within 6-9 months in 2018, the pilots yielded enormously positive results, from speedier trips to improved reliability and…

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,…

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