Many cities are experiencing a decline in access to jobs, services and people due to a confluence of two trends: rapid urbanization and motorization. Lack of access afflicts both low-income communities scattered throughout the city and low- to medium-income people living in suburbs and...
Tags: transit-oriented development (TOD)
- Press Release
LEIPZIG, Germany (May 23, 2019) — As more people move to cities, congested roads, expensive commutes, and lack of reliable transport options are disrupting urban economies and affecting quality of life.
This case study in the World Resources Report, “Towards a More Equal City,” examines transformative urban change in Johannesburg, South Africa, through transit-oriented development (TOD). The paper reviews the evidence on whether Johannesburg’s TOD strategy...
- projectAccelerating the implementation of sustainable urban solutions through new business models
- projectNew mobility services have the potential to positively redefine urban mobility—if they can better meet the diverse needs of all residents.
On October 24 and 25, Beijing, China hosted the third World Metropolitan Transport Development Forum, which centered on urban transit integration, sustainability and innovation in cities.
On June 20, 2016, the Mayor of Cali, Maurice Armitage, opened the “Forum on Transit-Oriented Development for a Sustainable Cali” by positioning the “Green Corridor” at the h
India’s rural population is on the decline, and people are increasingly moving to cities.
Transit-oriented development (TOD) brings together both urban and transport planning and has been proven a model for creating compact and connected urban communities.