The city of Bangalore has the largest bus system in India, and one of the 20 largest in the world. To meet the needs of Bangalore's growing population, the Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) - working with ...
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During the last decade, Brazil has witnessed unprecedented federal investment in public and non-motorized transport projects.
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Update: 9/30/14: This article has been updated to include information about where the Tongxin Doudou videos have been broadcasted since their launch. This article also previously stated that 22.2% of fine particulate matter in Beijing comes from vehicle emissions.
Saul Alveano, Service Quality Coordinator at EMBARQ Mexico, presented on the factors that define quality service for public transport in Mexican cities. Mexico has made efforts to improve transport service and make organization changes, in
The presentation is from a webinar hosted by EMBARQ India, addressing major challenges and lessons from the implementation of transit oriented development (
The BRTdata.org global database of bus rapid transit (BRT) data has recently been updated (Version 2.3), and the increased number of BRT lines, as well as the length of those lines, reflects the commitment of cities around the world to provide high-capacity ma
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Belo Horizonte, one of the host cities for Brazil’s 2014 World Cup, launched its MOVE bus rapid transit (BRT) system on March 8, 2014, which will drastically improve urban mobility in the quickly growing city. Today the city is home to 2.5 million people, while it was designed in 1897 to hold...
Dr. Anjali Mahendra, Strategy Head for Research and Practice at EMBARQ India, presented the social, environmental and economic impacts of BRT systems on June 24, 2014 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, part of the regional Workshop on Quantifyin
Brazil’s capital city of Brasília launched its first bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor – the Eixo Sul – this past Friday in a ceremony conducted by President Dilma Rousseff and Agnelo Queiroz, Governor of Distrito Federal.