A wrap-up of key messages from EMBARQ’s Transforming Transportation 2010.
Los Angeles’ Metro is marketing its public transportation as if it were a private company, and the rebranding seems to be paying off.
EMBARQ – The World Resources Institute Center for Sustainable Transport is one of six organizations awarded a total of $125 million by Michael Bloomberg to implement programs in low- and middle-income countries to prevent death and disability from road traffic crashes. This is the largest single donation ever for international road safety.
Public-private partnership recognized by John F. Kennedy School of Government
EMBARQ - the World Resources Institute Center for Sustainable Transport - today receives the 2009 Roy Family Award for Environmental Partnership from Harvard University for its work in establishing Mexico City’s Metrobus, a sustainable transit project in one of the world’s most populated and congested cities.
EMBARQ’s Ethan Arpi brings an update from Arequipa after the city turns its main commercial drag into a zone for pedestrians.
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By Noah Kazis on June 23, 2009
A new video from EMBARQ shows the success of Washington’s bike sharing program, SmartBike DC.
NTPP Member and WRI Transport Director Nancy Kete Comments on Today’s Announcement
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