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The Transport Studies Unit at the University of Oxford is currently accepting applications for the Governing Transitions in Urban Transport course, to be held Tuesday 26th- Friday 29th June 2018, at Kellogg College, U... Dear colleagues, We are excited to announce that places are still available on the next Global Challenges in Transport course Health, Wellbeing and Transport course, to be held Tuesday 5th- Friday 8th Decembe... Mysore is the third largest city in the state of Karnataka - India. The city is actively promoting a sustainable public transport system using new technologies to transform its city bus services into a modern safe and... The World Bank and the EMBARQ mobility initiative of WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities invite you to Transforming Transportation 2017 At the World Bank Headquarters, Washington, DC Thurs... An interesting analysis by Bloomberg New Energy Finance on the possible impacts of electric cars on: auto supply chains dealer networks the electricity system oil companies and oil exporters road and charging inf... 2016 IRF Global Road Achievement Awards Founded in 2000, the IRF's Global Road Achievement Awards competition recognizes exceptional projects across 12 categories. Do you have what it takes to bring hom... Rates increase 10% after July 15 Congress Overview Jointly organized by the International Road Federation and the Road Engineering Association of Malaysia, the 2nd IRF Asia Regional Congress & Exhibition (O... HOME / ABOUT / ADVOCACY / TRAINING / EVENTS / FELLOWSHIPS NEWS / AWARDS / KNOWLEDGE / MEMBERSHIP / CONTACT ... In an era of urbanization, Singapore, Houston and Medellín, Colombia, are among those redefining what cities can be.. Read more here On Behalf of Ke Fang Since the economic reforms of 1979, China has rapidly urbanized changing the urban landscape of cities like Beijing. Despite the great progress China has made reducing the number ... Highlights Bank's Transforming Transportation Forum focused on turning global transport commitments into action. Investments in massive public transport can have transformational impact on development and climate ch... Source: Devex
Scores of local politicians, city planners, transportation officials and development professionals gathered at the World Bank’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. on Thursday to engage... Download the publication: https://www.ssatp.org/sites/ssatp/files/publications/SSATPWP106-Urban%20Mobility-Fin.pdf Africa is urbanizing at a very high pace, and both large and intermediate African cities are e... Read the IADB blog post on Gender and Road Safety, available at: http://blogs.iadb.org/y-si-hablamos-de-igualdad/2014/10/09/road-accidents-women-wheel-danger-real/ Commutes to and from work and other destinations can tell a lot about a place's local character. Minneapolis, for example, is relatively small and flat, with a very active, outdoorsy culture. It frequently ran... Hi everyone, Greetings from Tokyo! I had a chance to work with the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) and Clean Air Asia (CAA) to create an on-demand e-learning training modules on Measuring, Repor... Exactly a month ago and we woke up to new matatu rules that will revolutionise this private held sector. Kenya similar to any african government we struggle with lasting implementation. Kudos to new regime with new ru... Dear Urban Transport CoP members, Here is an interesting article I came across today about providing massive service upgrades to bus systems at little to no cost for the provider. Houston Metro, the bus ... Dear all, Attached below is an insightful article from the New York Times discussing the linkages between urban planning and gender violence in India. The article highlights how the absence of street ven... Dear Urban Transport Members, Here is a post from one of our staff, Busayo Odunlami, about the exciting upcoming changes to the platform: Dear C4D Users, Our beloved Collaboration for Deve...