EMBARQ experts highlight importance of sustainable transport.
Naya Raipur Development Authority (NRDA) and EMBARQ organized a half-day workshop on March 25 highlighting the importance of sustainable transport in Indian cities.
The workshop involved more than 50 senior goverment officials and delegates from the state of Chhattisgarh.
EMBARQ-produced documentary shown during Environmental Film Festival.
Online contest raises awareness about the public health benefits of sustainable urban development and transport.
WASHINGTON (March 18, 2011) – A new online competition, Active Cities, Healthy Cities, was launched today to raise awareness of cities in Latin America and the Caribbean dedicated to sustainable transport, the environment, and creating a healthy lifestyle for their citizens.
EMBARQ plays prominent role in inaugural meeting to reduce road fatalities and injuries.
EMBARQ was the only non-governmental organization invited to present its vision and strategy in the First South American Meeting of Ministers Responsible for Transportation and Road Safety, held in Lima, Peru on March 14-15.
EMBARQ signs new agreement to continue modernizing transport and improving quality of life .
EMBARQ and the Center for Sustainable Transport and Health in the Andean Region (CTSS-Andino) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Provincial Municipality of Arequipa in Peru (MPA) to continue a public-private partnership to improve mobility, the environment, and the use of urban space.
City expands bus fleet in preparation for new bus rapid transit system.
The city of Indore added 63 modern, comfortable buses to its public transport fleet—an important step towards launching its new bus rapid transit (BRT) system.
CTS-Brasil provides technical recommendations following road safety audit.
The Center for Sustainable Transport in Brazil (CTS-Brasil) completed a "road safety audit" in Belo Horizonte along Ave. Antonio Carlos, a planned 16-kilometer bus rapid transit corridor.
System now boasts 67 kilometers of dedicated busways.
Mexico City's Metrobús launched Line 3 on Tuesday. The trunk line of the city's five-year-old BRT system is expected to move 120,000 passengers per day between Tenayuca and Etiopía.
Pedestrian-friendly project brings city one step closer to creating "low emissions zone."
Istanbul Municipality finished pedestrianizing Sultanahmet Square in an effort to protect the city's 8,000-year-old Historic Peninsula, one of the most important cultural and historic centers in the world.
Ninety streets in the heart of the peninsula have been closed to private vehicular traffic since January 8, according to Mustafa Demir, the mayor of Fatih.
Experts recommend corrective actions to improve city's transit system.
The Center for Sustainable Transport and Health in the Andean Region (CTSS-Andino) and Peru's Development Finance Corp. (COFIDE) defined a "Plan of Action" to overcome operational problems of Lima’s Metropolitano bus rapid transit (BRT) system.