Editor's note: This post has been updated to include progress of the Equal Streets movement through the month of November.
Tags: car culture
- projectPutting human-centered design thinking to work for sustainable urban mobility
Raahgiri Day was selected as a distinguished finalist and received an honorable mention at the 2014 Parivartan Sustainability Leadership Awards.
- projectIndia's first car-free day returns streets to people
Fueled by rapid motorization and urbanization, adverse impacts from the growing urban transport sector in Beijing are looming large.
EMBARQ India and WRI India hosted a webinar on Raahgiri Day and its impact on June 12, 2014.
The Transport Work Stream of the Low Emissions Development Strategy Global Partnership (LEDS GP) will host a webinar that will help planners and city leaders learn how sta
Since its inception in November 2013, Gurgaon, India’s Raahgiri Day has exploded in popularity. About 350,000 total people have already participated in the weekly event, with the numbers growing each week.
Motorized two-wheelers - motorcycles, scooters, mopeds, and similar vehicles - are a growing form of transport in Indian cities. As such, the rise of motorized two-wheelers has significant implications for the future of public transport. This working paper draws on existing literature and...
Building on the transit-oriented development (TOD or DOTS in Spanish) approach, this manual proposes planning and design strategies to improve quality of life in cities. Examples draw from Mexican cities, while the guide provides useful insights for other countries as well. The guide is aimed at...