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. Dr. Anjali Mahendra, Strategy Head for Research and Practice at EMBARQ India, led the session on June 25, 2014 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, part of the regional Workshop on Quantifying the Environmental, Social, and Economic Benefits from BRT Systems. The two-day workshop was organized by the Asia LEDS Partnership and hosted by the Malaysia Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD), with additional funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the LEDS Global Partnership Transport Working Group, with support from Clean Air Asia and EMBARQ.
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