A recent report shows that consumers in countries like China rate owning a luxury car as a higher priority than those surveyed in more developed countries. Photo by Tom Spender.
600 cities will contribute $30 trillion in economic growth by 2025, increasing global consumption for energy and transportation. Photo by Rafael Rigues.
Auto-rickshaw use is booming in Northern India. Photo by Akshay Mahajan.
Rio’s Transoeste BRT corridor became operational in June. Photo by Mariana Gil / EMBARQ Brazil.
Transport is linked to overall well-being and happiness. Photo by Jonas Seaman.
Quality of Life
Jakarta plans an elevated bus rapid transit (BRT) line to combat the city’s chronic congestion. Photo by nSeika.
Bus rapid transit densifies corridors in Bogota, especially in outlying areas. Photo by Gerardo Arévalo Tamayo.
BRT Increases Density
A big week for BRT globally: Los Angeles, Lahore, Cebu City and Free State all plan BRT expansion. Photo by Chester Paul Sgroi.
EMBARQ Director Holger Dalkmann accompanies journalists on a tour of Transoeste, the first bus rapid transit corridor in Rio de Janeiro. Photo by Mariana Gil / EMBARQ Brazil.
Dense communities with a wide variety of transport options have less traffic congestion than traditional suburbs. Photo by Todd Mecklem via Flickr.