Making transport planning a participatory and engaging process can result in sustainable transport and offer better quality of life. Photo by rogiro.
We can't promise you recess or toy cars, but the e-learning course on sustainable urban mobility is bound to give you a new vision for the future. Photo by sarflondondunc.
Dharavi slum in Mumbai, India. Photo courtesy of Swiss Dots Ltd.
"Collaboration is key," says Volvo, in tackling the challenges of mobility. Photo by Ram Joshi.
The Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) industry was valued at $48 billion in 2009 with an estimated 41 percent increase by 2015. Photo by Daniel Sade.
Mexico City's Plan Verde (Green Plan), which commissioned Metrobus' fuel efficient buses, has set the city on course to meet its greenhouse gas emission reduction targets. Photo by Abbaner Casmill.
Rajiv Gandhi Salai, a major road that runs along the east coast of Chennai, is identified as a feasible bus rapid transit route. Photo by Srinivasan S.
Stuttgart, Germay will hold the 5th Cities for Mobility Congress July 3-5, 2011. Photo by Nikos Roussos.
Parking at Khan Market has been free for 60 years, but the Environment Pollution Control Authority is fighting to install priced parking systems around New Delhi's hot-spots. Photo by Tico.
The city of Arequipa is working to make streets safer, especially for pedestrians, the most vulnerable users of the road. Photo by Phil Whitehouse.