CTS-México will provide input to Fourth National Communication on Climate Change
The Center for Sustainable Transport in Mexico (CTS-México) will contribute its findings about sustainable urban transport and climate change mitigation to Mexico's Fourth National Communication on Climate Change, a detailed account of the country's carbon emissions, removal of greenhouse gases, and other details about the government's efforts to implement the [United
Experts hypothesize that Metrobus has reduced commuter exposure to transport-related air pollution
The Center for Sustainable Transport in Turkey (SUM-Türkiye) concluded its study of commuters' personal exposure to air pollution in Istanbul.
The study is the one of the first air pollution exposure and public health studies performed in a developing country, especially in Turkey, according to SUM-Turkiye Transportation Engineer Burhan Kocaman.
New transport project will also help protect the environment
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A number of social groups and authorities in Arequipa have begun a campaign to improve environmental conditions in the region, which is considered by the World Health Organization (WHO) as one of the most polluted cities in Central and South America.
Award honors "visionary achievements in sustainable transportation and urban livability"
The 6th Annual Sustainable Transport Award Nomination Process Is Now Open
Do you know a city that has done innovative work in transportation and livability this year?
CST-India wins grant from U.K. government to carry out three-year project
The Center for Sustainable Transport in India (CST-India) won a grant of £191,898 ($315,731) from the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office's Strategic Programme Fund to carry out a project on low-carbon public transport mobility solutions for rapidly growing Indian cities.
Mexico City's bus rapid transit system achieves more than 330 million trips
Since it opened four years ago, Mexico City's Metrobús has reported a total of 336.2 million trips across its two lines.
Mayor focuses on clean fuels and vehicles
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Director of SUM-Türkiye speaks on challenges of moving around in cities
More than 300 urban transport experts from more than 40 countries attended the Third World Congress of Cities for Mobility on June 14-16 in Stuttgart, Germany.
"Portais da Cidade" wins approval from Ministry of Planning
Porto Alegre's main public transport investment to construct large bus terminals in a project known as "Portais da Cidade" was approved for external financing yesterday.
New system could benefit more than 800,000 residents
Arequipa is set to open a new transit corridor by August 2010 that will benefit more than 800,000 city residents in a way that's quicker and less polluting than before, according to Mayor Simon Balbuena Marroquín.
The mayor made the announcement after presenting an 18-volume feasibility study of the project, "Integrated and Sustainable Improvement of Public Transport Services in Arequipa."