Full system now boasts 67 kilometers of dedicated buswaysFebruary 08, 2011
Translated from Spanish via ctsmexico.org.
Mexico City's Metrobús launched Line 3 on Tuesday. The trunk line of the city's five-year-old BRT system is expected to move 120,000 passengers per day between Tenayuca and Etiopía.
Pedestrian-friendly project brings city one step closer to creating "low emissions zone."February 07, 2011
Istanbul Municipality finished pedestrianizing Sultanahmet Square in an effort to protect the city's 8,000-year-old Historic Peninsula, one of the most important cultural and historic centers in the world.
Ninety streets in the heart of the peninsula have been closed to private vehicular traffic since January 8, according to Mustafa Demir, the mayor of Fatih.
Vehicles bringing supplies to the shops in the area are now able to enter the area after 6:00 p.m. and before 10:00 a.m. Emergency vehicles will still be allowed on the streets.
Istanbul, Mexico City, Beijing and Milan receive honorable mentionsJanuary 27, 2009
New York City became the first U.S. city to win the 2009 Sustainable Transport Award, as part of the Transportation Research Board Annual Conference held in Washington, D.C. this month. Other finalists, including Beijing, Milan, Istanbul and Mexico City received honorable mention.