A boy peers out a bus window in Mumbai, India. Photo by gregor_y.
An auto-rickshaw transports passengers in Gujarat, India. Photo by lecercle.
Trial runs launched on the iBus bus rapid transit corridor, Indore, India. Photo by Dario Hidalgo.
Mysore hopes to develop a cycling culture in the city. Photo by Joseph Swaine.
This blog post is a part of the Catalyzing New Mobility program, supported by the Rockefeller Foundation.
Children peer out a bus window in India. By marcusjroberts.
Intermediate public transport services such as auto-rickshaws are an important part of sustainable urban transport in India. Photo by Roy Sinai.
The bicycle holds promise as a sustainable mobility solution for Indian cities. By Jorge Royan.
CONNECTKaro participants convened in Mumbai, India, to discuss ways in which sustainable transport and urban development can help build a brighter future for India’s cities. Photo by EMBARQ.
Chowpatty cityscape, Mumbai, India. Photo by Tom Spender.
Auto-rickshaws are an important part of the urban transport landscape in India