- projectIndia's first car-free day returns streets to people
- Press Release
Bloomberg Philanthropies, the foundation of three-term New York City Mayor and current United Nations Special Envoy for Cities and Climate Change, Michael R. Bloomberg, announced today a new phase of its Global Road Safety initiative.
The presentation is from a webinar hosted by EMBARQ India, addressing major challenges and lessons from the implementation of transit oriented development (
- Photo Essay
With a population of nearly 10 million people, Bangalore has witnessed explosive urban growth and increased motorization in recent years. City planners responded to this unprecedented growth by building and expanding roads for cars, without fully...
Raahgiri Day – the weekly event that closes streets to cars in the name of sustainable, active transport – has arrived in the world’s second largest city.
Public bicycle sharing (PBS) systems are widely utilized across Europe and China, with other regions of the world quickly catching up. India has yet to witness the implementation of a city-wide public bicycle sharing system, despite numerous local and neighborhood scale pilot initiatives.
Dr. Paul Barter, world renowned parking expert, and Pawan Mulukutla, Program Manager, EMBARQ India presented the role of parking in transit-oriented development (TOD) neighbourhoods during a webinar on July 11, 2014.
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