Transport experts discuss bus rapid transit, safety and security, and climate change
Transport and planning experts from around the world shared their knowledge about bus rapid transit, safety and security, and climate change at the seventh annual Transforming Transportation 2009 conference, held in Washington, D.C.
Analysts applaud sustainable transit efforts, suggest BRT as preferred alternative
January 15, 2009
Location: WASHINGTON, D.C.
Enhanced buses along the proposed Purple Line in Maryland’s D.C. suburbs would cost less, offer similar services, and fight global warming better than light-rail cars, according to an analysis released today by the World Resources Institute.
Experts will share best practices, identify key cycling trends in India
The Bangalore Metropolitan Land Authority, in partnership with EMBARQ and other international and local partners, will be hosting a Cycling Initiative Workshop on January 31, 2009 in Bangalore, India.
Transport experts discuss greenhouse gases, motorization and public transit in cities worldwide
Representatives from the EMBARQ Network shared their expertise during the Transportation Research Board 88th Annual Meeting, held in Washington, D.C. from Jan. 11–15, 2009. The five-day event included 3,000 presentations from nearly 600 sessions addressing the topics of transportation, energy and climate change.