Tags: public transport
Saul Alveano, Service Quality Coordinator at EMBARQ Mexico, presented on the factors that define quality service for public transport in Mexican cities. Mexico has made efforts to improve transport service and make organization changes, in
Sustainable urban transport creates more inclusive and prosperous cities. We seem to have a consensus of what is required. However, urban society as a whole is still far away from achieving what we need.
EMBARQ Brasil has partnered with Joinville – at 546,000 residents the most populous city in the southern state of Santa Catarina – to help craft the city’s strategy for people-oriented, sustainable mobility.
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Belo Horizonte, one of the host cities for Brazil’s 2014 World Cup, launched its MOVE bus rapid transit (BRT) system on March 8, 2014, which will drastically improve urban mobility in the quickly growing city. Today the city is home to 2.5 million people, while it was designed in 1897 to hold...
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