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About The Atlas of Sustainable City Transport is an online data dashboard that displays indicators of sustainable and inclusive urban passenger transport. The Atlas includes measurements of nine indicators for over 1,000 metropolitan areas, as well as measurements over 40,000 of legal jurisdictions and districts. These indicators do not just measure infrastructure: they measure what…

About this Edition The BRT Standard is both a framework for understanding BRT and an evaluation tool for BRT corridors based on international best practices. BRT experts have evaluated the elements that receive points in the BRT Standard in a wide variety of contexts. When present, these elements result in consistently improved system performance and…

About Electric bikes, or e-bikes, are close substitutes for cars and two-wheelers because they cover longer distances with less effort. Thus, e-bikes will play a key role in shifting passenger and freight trips away from high-polluting private vehicles and generating fewer emissions if used at scale. While vehicle electrification has focused primarily on large, high-polluting vehicles…

About Addressing the climate crisis will require rapid, sustained transformation in every country and every sector of industrial activity. In The Compact City Scenario – Electrified report, researchers from ITDP and the University of California, Davis (with support from the ClimateWorks Foundation) modeled the global changes that will be necessary to decarbonize urban passenger transport. The team found that only through…

The 2023 issue of the Sustainable Transport Magazine has been re-designed and re-imagined, offering readers a dynamic, in-depth look at the challenges and opportunities to sustainable urban mobility in today’s world. From issues of gender and race to the power of transport digitalization, to the impacts of human-centered design, the content in Issue No. 35…

About In the years since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many cities and countries have taken action to position and promote active mobility—cycling and walking—as transport modes. Demand for active mobility during the pandemic skyrocketed, and cities and governments responded by making more space on streets, providing free access to bikeshare systems, and allocating…

The Spring 2023 Sustainable Transport Newsletter from ITDP provides highlights and news from our global teams, as well as a preview of upcoming research and resources to keep readers up-to-date on our efforts to create more livable, equitable cities worldwide. Headlines in this newsletter include: Moving Forward: A Note from ITDP CEO Heather Thompson What’s…

About The climate crisis is real, and its threats and consequences are more tangible than ever before. With the transport sector accounting for nearly 12 billion metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions, there needs to be a concerted effort to mitigate the impacts of emissions from road and passenger transportation. In cities experiencing rapid urbanization especially,…

This issue of the Sustainable Transport Magazine highlights achievements and advancements in transportation and mobility from around the world. From parking reforms and traffic mitigation, to urban revitalization and infrastructure policy, continue reading to stay up-to-date on the work of ITDP and our global partners. Letter from the CEO The Dawn of India’s Walking and…

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