As Turkey rapidly grows more urban and citizens are faced with the choice between private cars and sustainable transport, the need for infrastructure that supports active or non-motorized transport has never been greater.
Tags: active transport
EMBARQ Turkey has worked to improve cycling infrastructure and cycling conditions in Turkey since 2010.
- projectIntegrating sustainability and transport planning at the campus level
- projectBikeLab projects expand cycling infrastructure and improve safety in Turkish cities
January 16-17, 2014 // Transforming Transportation 2014, co-organized by EMBARQ and the World Bank, Washington, D.C.
January 16-17, 2014 // Transforming Transportation 2014, co-organized by EMBARQ and the World Bank, Washington, D.C. Colin Hughes, Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP), presented on planning bike-sharing systems for better performance.
- Photo Essay
Our mission is to catalyze and help implement environmentally, socially and financially sustainable urban transport and urban development solutions to improve quality of life in cities. Since 2002, the EMBARQ Network has worked globally with city and national governments, strategic partners,...
Cities across the globe now have more resources at their disposal to improve traffic safety and reduce crashes and fatalities.
In seven short weeks, Sundays in Gurgaon, India, have become ubiquitously associated with Raahgiri Day, a non-motorized community event that closes 4.5 kilometers (2.8 miles) of city streets to vehicles and opens them to people.