January 16-17, 2014 // Transforming Transportation 2014, co-organized by EMBARQ and the World Bank, Washington, D.C. Toni Lindau, Director, EMBARQ Brazil, presented an overview of the current status and future trends of urban transport in Brazilian cities.
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EMBARQ experts authored "Transport Readiness for Climate Finance" for the GIZ as part of the Bridging the Gap initiative linking climate change and transport policy. In order to take advantage of new and existing climate finance resources and leverage them properly for the transport sector,...
- projectMaking the Brazilian Growth Acceleration Program a reality for urban mobility
December 11, 2013 // City of [Bike] for City Seminar, Istanbul, Turkey. Settlemyre presented on the social aspect of cycling, drawing on examples from Peru.
Istanbul's world heritage-listed Historic Peninsula is internationally recognized for its outstanding universal value. Unfortunately, its rich heritage has been strangled by rapid and initially uncontrolled urban growth.
The Mexican National Development Plan unveiled May 21st, lays out a framework for the development of Mexico’s cities over the next six years.
"A bus carrying 54 tourists fell into an abyss of almost 100 meters deep. The accident left a toll of 37 dead, 8 missing and 9 wounded. The tragedy took place because of bad road conditions. " -Diario El Comercio, June 23, 2013
Sudhir Gota’s research will focus on the current ASIF framework in Asia, or “activity, “mode share,” “intensity,” and “fuel mix,” and its usage to determine what existing parameters could be causing a high fluctuation in results.
Ms. Fei Li will evaluate and challenge the current parking standard, a prevalent vehicle planning policy that is often overlooked, through data collection and analysis to fill the research gap.