Poorly maintained pedestrian spaces are a national issue in India, but for the time being, the Hindustan Times campaign to restore sidewalks is focused on Mumbai. Photo by sleepinyourhat.
China's oil demand will increase by roughly 60 percent before peaking in 2027. Photo by Mariana.
New study finds the average American commuter spends 34 hours stuck in traffic each year. Photo by Andrés Nieto Porras.
Created to fill the need for a secure space of physical activity, the Faxinal Soturno cycleway in Brazil also helps reduce pedestrian crashes.
Lack of pedestrian facilities in Indian cities lead to low walkability scores and points to the urgency with which policies must address this neglect. Photo by Satish Krishnamurthy.
Transit workshop Mobilidade Curitiba explored sustainable urban mobility solutions for the Brazilian capital of Curitiba. Photo by EMBARQ.
According to Transportation for America, pedestrians will always take the shortest and the most reasonable path, even if that means jaywalking. Photo by Gateway Streets.
Local residents of Riosucio have named their city's pedestrian bridge "the metro." Photo by Ocha Colombia.
Many of the world's cities, including Vienna, are experiencing peak car use, suggests a Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute study. Photo by Dorte.
An average walkability rating of 13 Asian cities yielded a score of 58 out of 100, showing the importance of pedestrian infrastructure to ensure safety. Photo by Espen Faugstad.