Tags: bus rapid transit (BRT)
While bus rapid transit (BRT) has been most widely implemented in Latin America, Asian cities are emerging as the next great market for BRT.
Binoy Mascarenhas, Manager, Urban Transport at EMBARQ India, led the session on road safety and bus rapid transit (BRT) design, part of the regional Workshop on Quantifying the Environmental, Social, and Economic Benefits from BRT Systems
The presentation looks into health impacts of transport, drawing from a case study of a bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor in Indore, India. It also outlines a Health Impact Assessment (HIA) process for decision-makers in transport planning.
The presentation discusses the case of the iBus bus rapid transit (BRT) system in Indore, India and addresses the importance of marketing strategies in transport planning.
Dr. Anjali Mahendra, Strategy Head for Research and Practice at EMBARQ India, presented the social, environmental and economic impacts of BRT systems on June 24, 2014 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, part of the regional Workshop on Quantifyin
- Photo Essay
Brasília, Brazil recently launched the first of four corridors in its new Expresso DF bus rapid transit (BRT) system. EMBARQ Brazil has supported the planning and implementation of the Eixo Sul corridor through strategic alignment and prioritizing traffic...
Brazil’s capital city of Brasília launched its first bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor – the Eixo Sul – this past Friday in a ceremony conducted by President Dilma Rousseff and Agnelo Queiroz, Governor of Distrito Federal.
- Press Release
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