Ahmedabad’s Janmarg is a world-class BRT system. Photo by velaparatodo.
Photo by Andreas Møl Dalsgaard via the Danish Film Institute.
Ciclovías close down streets to cars and turn them into pedestrian and cycling street festivals. Photo by the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.
Bogota routinely shuts down its streets for pedestrians and cyclists only, in a community event known as Ciclovia. Photo by Cidades para Pessoas.
Bus rapid transit densifies corridors in Bogota, especially in outlying areas. Photo by Gerardo Arévalo Tamayo.
BRT Increases Density
You can "feel" the city when you choose to walk. Photo by Ashley Bayles.
Public transit buses, taxis and bikers take over the streets on car-free day. Photo by Carlos Felipe Pardo.
Rio de Janeiro unveiled the first station of its forthcoming bus rapid transit system, which conntects Barra da Tijuca (pictured above) to other city neighborhoods. Photo by Rodrigo Soldon.
Medellin transformed violence and despair into hope and opportunity, using sustainable transport as one of the key levers to drive change, explained Holger Dalkmann. Photo courtesy of Carlos Felipe Pardo.
The Mexican state government of Tamaulipas launched an urban mobility plan for cities across the state, such as Nuevo Laredo. Photo by J. Stephen Conn.