EMBARQ India and WRI India hosted a webinar on Raahgiri Day and its impact on June 12, 2014.
Tags: urban planning
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.
Copenhagen, Denmark has a long tradition of cycling.
EMBARQ Turkey's first annual Livable Cities Symposium, held November 30, 2013, explored how smart cities, car-sharing, public participation, public spaces, urban design, and historic preservation can improve quality of life in cities.
Typical transport investment and policy proposals in India may consider factors such as connectivity with surrounding areas, land use and socioeconomic impacts, available funding, and the level of support from local stakeholders. All too often, these assessments consistently overlook the health...
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...
EMBARQ Mexico has worked to support urban reform measures that improve the quality of life for the 90 million urban residents in Mexico, many of which spend up to 50% of their household income on transport.
Minimum parking standards, which require developers to build a certain amount of off-street parking spaces, are increasingly criticized for leading to excess parking supply and automobile travel in recent years. This paper, by 2013 Lee Schipper Memorial...