Topic: Cycling and Walking

In this vibrant issue of the Sustainable Transport magazine, we look forward to new leadership at ITDP, dive even deeper into the topic of women’s access to transit, explore progress and change in Fortaleza, learn about how transportation and early childhood development intersect, and much more! Letter from the CEO: New ITDP Leadership Embraces Old…

A resource for cities to design, plan, implement and measure the success of a bikeshare system Over the past decade, bikeshare has contributed significantly to sustainable mobility in cities: providing first-last kilometer solutions, replacing short trips made by car, and offering a unique way for residents and visitors to explore their surroundings, among other benefits….

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Walkability is a crucial first step in creating sustainable transportation in an urban environment. It’s the most common form of transport in the world. We all do it a little differently but it is our most common way to travel. Walking is immediate, carbon free, and free.  A shift to walkable communities is a shift to…

Desde que el automóvil hizo su aparición hace unos 100 años, y su posterior masificación en las ciudades latinoamericanas en los últimos 50 años, el diseño de nuestras ciudades y calles ha sido adaptado de forma incremental para favorecer el acceso y movilidad de los vehículos motorizados, especialmente el automóvil particular. Por ello estamos presenciando actualmente el desarrollo…

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