November 20, 2013 // Livable Cities Symposium, hosted by EMBARQ Turkey. Salvador Herrera, Deputy Director of EMBARQ Mexico, presented on the role of Mexico City's Metrobús bus rapid transit (BRT) system in integrating transport systems and fostering connections within the city.
Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) – a high-quality, efficient, bus-based mode of public transport – can shorten commuting times, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and generally improve quality of life for city residents.
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In 2002, EMBARQ opened EMBARQ México—a Mexican nongovernmental organization staffed with transport engineers, urban planners, and policy experts—and partnered with the Mexico City government to develop a bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor on a high-profile avenue running through the heart of the Me
In the suburbs in the outskirts of Mexico City, residents like Martita are under-served by mass transit. It can take anywhere from two and a half, to three hours to commute to and from work. Unreliable service and daily breakdowns are just part of Martita's daily commute.