Advanced bus systems have the unique potential to provide innovative and efficient solutions to traffic congestion, vehicle emissions, and road safety at a much lower cost to cities than rail systems.
Guanabara Palace, the official address of State Governor Sergio Cabral, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is the stage today of a meeting between the fifteen main institutions involved in urban transit in Brazil.
In the fight against climate change, Mexico will receive US$3 million from the Partnership for Market Readiness, a grant initiative from the World Bank to finance multiple mitigation strategies
“The world’s urban areas have a tremendous opportunity to contribute to solutions, and a unique capacity to implement change that would affect the large majority of the world’s population.” - Benoit Lefevre,
The association of Latin American Integrated Transportation Systems and Bus Rapid Transit (SIBRT), in partnership with BHTrans and EMBARQ Brasil is inviting you to the SIBRT Third Congress: “Best Practices in SIBRT in Latin America”, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, June 4 to 7, 2013.
The World Bank and EMBARQ México announced a call for applications closing on April 5, for the 2013 Leaders in Urban Transport Planning capacity building program. The training will be held in Mexico City, April 26 to May 25, 2013.
Working towards high-quality public transport in Latin American cities.
The Latin American Association of Integrated Transport Systems and BRT (SIBRT) will host the "1st SIBRT Workshop on Quality of Service and User Satisfaction: Indicators and Tools" on July 23-27 in Santiago, Chile.
Second annual conference promotes development of urban public transport in Latin America.
The Second Annual SIBRT Congress of Best Practices in Latin America was held on April 25-26 in the city of Leon, Mexico.
The event brought together more than 350 transport experts from 15 countries, convened by the Latin American Association of Integrated Transport Systems and BRT(SIBRT) and EMBARQ.
Judges reward innovative corporate sustainability projects.
EMBARQ is pleased to announce that it has made the shortlist of the 2012 Guardian Sustainable Business Awards (GSBAs).
According to the Guardian: