From the Mexico City Urban Earth Transect. By Daniel @RavenEllison [URBAN EARTH].
Mexico City’s bikeshare system, EcoBici, will add 3,000 more bikes in the months ahead. Photo by Dani Simons.
The hyper sleek business district of Santa Fe, Mexico City. Photo by AbdeelDF.
Rio’s Transoeste BRT corridor became operational in June. Photo by Mariana Gil / EMBARQ Brazil.
1 Metrobus replaces 126 automobiles. Photo by Mariana Gil / EMBARQ Brazil.
Downtown streets in Mexico City's Historic District were totally rebuilt to provide safe transit for the new buses and help recover the urban environment. Photo by EMBARQ Mexico.
With input from Marco Priego.
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.
Barring unforeseen intermediate obstacles, construction for Honolulu, Hawaii's 20-mile light rail system will begin this March after four decades of planning. Photo by Jeffrey Woldan.
Developing cities like Delhi grapple with establishing organized public transport systems. Photo by Mani Babbar.
Arequipa Mía Saludable (“My Healthy Arequipa”) was recently launched in Arequipa, Peru to support healthy and sustainable active transport. Photo by Francesco Muratori.