EMBARQ Brazil director presents on bus rapid transit in Latin America.
Brazil's National Association of Bus Operators (NTU) hosted its annual national seminar, under the theme of “New Urban Mobility,” on August 28-29 in Brasilia.
September 1-7, Naples, Italy
EMBARQ staff will be attending the Sixth Session of the World Urban Forum, jointly organized by UN-HABITAT, the Government of Italy, the Campania Region and the City of Naples. The theme for this year’s meeting is “The Urban Future”.
SIBRT develops joint agenda with transit directors.
The directors of Colombia's largest transit agencies came together on August 3 in Bogota, Colombia to attend the “Colombian Public Transportation Manager Bodies Meeting."
The meeting, which began in 2010, aims to strengthen relations between the governing bodies of mass transportation in Colombia, and to build strategic relations with the country's Ministry of Transportation.
"Lee’s vision was multi-layered, data-driven and extraordinarily provocative for the times."
A Major Step in Latin America Towards High Quality Public Transportation for All
The First SIBRT Service Quality and User Satisfaction Workshop, organized by SIBRT with the support of Transantiago, the Center of Excellent ALC BRT, and the EMBARQ Network, brought together more than 40 participants from 12 cities and six Latin-American countries to discuss how to offer high quality public tra
Peru's third largest city celebrates its first car-free event.
A version of this post was originally published on TheCityFix.com.
EMBARQ Mexico presents at Second Regional Forum for Sustainable Transport.
A version of this post originally appeared in Spanish on EMBARQMexico.org.
Working towards high-quality public transport in Latin American cities.
The Latin American Association of Integrated Transport Systems and BRT (SIBRT) will host the "1st SIBRT Workshop on Quality of Service and User Satisfaction: Indicators and Tools" on July 23-27 in Santiago, Chile.
BRTdata.org, which features more than 90 geographic, statistical and service-level indicators, released a fourth update on Thursday, adding information on new lines from Mexico City to Rio de Janeiro.