Tags: bus rapid transit (BRT)
- projectBuilding the foundations of our work with cities
- projectImproving Road Safety for Istanbul’s Buses
WRI India and V Ravichandar, the Chairman and Managing Director of Feedback Business Consulting Services Pvt.
Şanlıurfa, Turkey has a population of nearly two million—which may seem small compared to mega cities, like Beijing—but is still greatly suffering from congestion.
- projectSatisfaction Surveys Help Improve BRT Quality of Service in Rio and Curitiba
EMBARQ, WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities’ sustainable urban mobility initiative, and the Lee Schipper family are pleased to announce Gwen Kash has been selected to receive the fourth annual Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship.
- projectEvaluating mass transport in the city to improve road safety and accessibility
August, 2015 marks an important milestone for BRTData.org—an online database that tracks bus rapid transit (BRT) systems worldwide: the number of mapped BRT systems and corridors passed 400.
To stay competitive on a global level, London reinvents itself every day.
On Friday, June 19, Metrobús—Mexico City’s bus rapid transit (BRT) system—celebrated its tenth anniversary. Since opening in 2005, Metrobús has made a concrete impact on both the city and the lives of its users.