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The Paris mayor and C40 chair has become one of the most visible figures on combating global warming.
Gregory Scruggs June 8, 2017

The bus system will feature 37 stations over a 23 km route when completed in early 2016, according to the Institute for Transportation & Development Policy.

July 17, 2015

The Canadian city’s share of walking, biking and mass-transit trips is rising as use of personal vehicles continues to slide, Planetizen reports. 

June 4, 2015

Indonesia is playing catch-up on infrastructure projects in an effort to reduce road congestion in its capital and other cities, the Jakarta Globe reports. 

April 1, 2015

New safety measures include smartphone apps and plainclothes female officers on metro cars, CityMetric reports. 

March 16, 2015

Under-investment contributes not only to traffic gridlock but also reduced productivity, a World Bank analyst says.

January 28, 2015

The World Bank’s Ke Fang advises city leaders across the Global South to consider data mining, crowd sourcing and other inexpensive ways improve public transit.

January 5, 2015

Nitin Gadkari says new policies are coming that promote biodiesel, bioethanol and electricity to power school buses and public transport in cities, the Times of India reports. 

December 23, 2014

Developing cities that lack efficient public transit benefit from compact designs that facilitate fast, short commutes, Salon reports. 

December 1, 2014

A former chief planner for Vancouver, Canada views Perth as a car-crazed city that needs to invest more in public transit and high-density development, the West Australian reports. 

November 18, 2014

The introduction of metro stations in Delhi neighborhoods raises housing prices for the city dwellers who need public transit, the CityFix reports. 

November 4, 2014

The first large-scale automated urban rail system in the U. S. is modeled after the driverless metro system in Copenhagen, City Lab reports. 

October 3, 2014

The city will test electric-diesel buses that can be recharged wirelessly to gauge if they should be deployed widely, Transport for London announced.

August 29, 2014

Once a niche form of transport, cable cars are spreading across South America and drawing interest in the U. S., Urban Land reports.

April 22, 2014
Strong mayors, bold projects and a relentless focus on inequality haven't solved all of Medellín's problems, but have put the city on the right path.
Christopher Swope April 11, 2014
Despite the success of Vancouver's Canada Line, the next extension of the city's SkyTrain system is using a different public-private partnership strategy.
Frances Bula February 20, 2014
Canada has joined Europe and Australia as a leader in using "P3s" for all manner of infrastructure projects. In an interview with Citiscope, PPP Canada CEO John McBride explains how it works.
Christopher Swope February 19, 2014

The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency has named a trail network that rings Atlanta the winner of its smart growth achievement contest.

February 18, 2014
In downtown Vancouver and the suburb of Richmond, development is booming around the Canada Line's rail stations.
Frances Bula February 18, 2014
Vancouver used an innovative public-private partnership to build the Canada Line light rail for the 2010 Olympics. Now, rail projects in Edmonton, Denver and Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C. view Vancouver as a model.
Frances Bula February 17, 2014

Modern trams are being introduced in the cities of Shimla and Dholera, Mahendra Ved reports in the New Straits Times.

January 31, 2014
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