p>The Across Latitudes and Cultures - Bus Rapid Transit Centre of Excellence (ALC-BRT) is announcing a monthly webinar series to share timely public transit research and encourage ongoing international collaboration across the BRT space.
The Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship is now seeking applicants to innovate for sustainable transport. Lee was a founder of EMBARQ and dedicated his professional life to the efficient use of energy in mobility. An astrophysicist and a studied musician, Lee was an iconoclast in the field of energy efficiency.
October 1 - October 4, Mexico City
EMBARQ, the World Resources Institute’s center for sustainable transport, will be co-hosting the 8th Annual International Conference on Sustainable Transport in coordination with Walk 21, the City of Mexico City, the Mexican Ministry of the Environment and Plan Verde.
Experts recommend measures to reduce traffic safety risk.
During the first week of September, a group of 20 EMBARQ specialists and international experts visited the Transoeste bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor in Rio de Janeiro to analyze the road safety conditions of the stations, the corridor, and its surrounding areas.
Asia and Latin America to cooperate on improving public transport.
The first Asia BRTs Conference will be held in the city of Ahmedabad, India, on September 6-8, 2012.
Watch Holger Dalkmann and Adriana Lobo in a panel discussion at the World Urban Forum.
EMBARQ India and APSRTC conduct workshop for bus transport professionals
Representatives from more than 20 city bus transport agencies, private operators and other stakeholders, including organizations in Indore, Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Coimbatore, Rajkot and Naya Raipur, attended a two-day training workshop conducted by EMBARQ India with support from the Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC), in Visakhapatnam on Augus
New collaboration aims to make cities better places to live and work.
NAPLES, ITALY (September 5, 2012) – The United Nations Human Settlements Program (UN–Habitat) and EMBARQ, the World Resources Institute’s center for sustainable transport, are partnering to create more sustainable cities by working to provide universal access to safe, clean and affordable transport.