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BRT systems are growing rapidly, bringing comfortable, fast, high quality transport to millions of people in some of the world’s fastest growing nations, at a fraction of the cost of metro and light rail. 1,849 of the 2,580 km of true BRT corridors have been built in the last ten years, with sweeping growth in many countries around…

The new report, A Global High Shift Scenario, produced by from ITDP and the University of California, Davis, is the first study to examine how major changes in transport investments worldwide would affect urban passenger transport emissions, as well as the mobility of different income groups. This infographic demonstrates, by region, the emissions savings possible from…

The 8 Principles for better streets and better cities highlight the key aspects of transport-oriented development that lead to good growth. For more information about these principles and best practices in TOD, see ITDP’s TOD Standard. Download this infographic

 This inforgraphic accompanies documents such as Footpath Design and Better Streets, Better Cities, using standards from the Indian Roads Congress’ Guidelines for Pedestrian Facilities to explain best practices for footpath design in India. Download this infographic  Source: ITDP India

The Bike-Share Planning Guide establishes many important metrics and principles for evaluating bike-share systems around the world. Although each city makes bike-share its own, adapting it to the local context, many of the most successful systems share certain common features. The Guide provides important standards and insights into best practices for building bike-shares, and this infographic…

This infographic highlights the key features of BRT essential to any BRT system. These elements ensure that BRT systems have high operating speeds and provide a good customer experience. Source: ITDP

O Desenvolvimento Orientado ao Transporte (TOD) estimula uma ocupação compacta e com uso misto do solo, com distâncias curtas para trajetos a pé e próxima a estações de transporte de alta capacidade. O conceito TOD implica um cenário de rua mais vibrante, formas construídas que levam em consideração os pedestres, e características de uso do solo que tornam mais convenientes e seguro…

Transit-oriented development (TOD) brings compact, mixed-use development within walking distance of high capacity rapid transit. TOD features vibrant streetscapes, pedestrian-oriented built forms, and land use characteristics that make it convenient and safe to walk, cycle, and use public transport. A poster demonstrating the principles of Transport Oriented Development: English Russian

These posters were made for a workshop on Transit Oriented Development in India in March 2013, and are illustrations of ITDP’s Eight Principles for Transport in Urban Life. They include photos and descriptions of the various objectives and metrics of the eight principles, such as Walk, Cycle, Connect, and Transit. Download this poster series Source:…

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