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
Tags: sustainable urban mobility
- Photo Essay
Brasília, Brazil recently launched the first of four corridors in its new Expresso DF bus rapid transit (BRT) system. EMBARQ Brazil has supported the planning and implementation of the Eixo Sul corridor through strategic alignment and prioritizing traffic...
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.
The decisions that city leaders make today will impact the lives of billions of urbanites for decades to come.
India is home to one of the fastest growing urban populations in the world.
Less than two months after launching its first bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor, the Brazilian city of Belo Horizonte has begun operations on its second: MOVE Antônio Carlos.
Rio de Janeiro’s newest bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor, the TransCarioca, began operations on Sunday June 1, 2014. This newest addition to Rio’s already well-developed BRT network will connect the Barra da Tijuca neighborhood to the Tom Jobim International Airport.
- Press Release
EMBARQ, the sustainable transport and urban development program of the World Resources Institute (WRI), is pleased to announce the launch of the WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities.
Tijuana, capital and largest city in the state of Baja California, is the sixth largest metropolitan area in Mexico and holds an important location on the United States-Mexico border.