Hate to say it.
Hate to say it.
Greeting card by Able and Game
A comprehensive transport network is critical for the development of sustainable cities. We take a look back on 2012 and the best transport-themed blog posts.
Which bus would you prefer to take to work? In our latest post we look at how public transport is being improved in Cali, Colombia.
‘We take the bus’, says this sign in Pune, India. But public transportation share in Pune is falling - could campaigns like this change that?
A bizarre set of pictures I was commissioned to do recently for a local council’s transport department.
High Speed Rail, or HSR if you will, is expensive (arguably) and controversial (indisputably). But is it a good enough solution for getting people out of their cars, off short-haul flights, and onto a sustainable and efficient form of public transport? We’re not sure. What do you think?
Transit maps: useful but are they fun? Our latest post looks at nine ideas for making public transport more fun, covering everything from free wifi to film festivals on trains. If public transport was more fun, would you be more likely to use it?
Rouen Smit on urban transportation. Got an opinion to share? Come join our tweetchat - October 30th at 6PM GMT/2PM EST
London isn’t famous for its trams, but they make up a significant part of its public transport infrastructure in south London. We’ll be discussing urban transport solutions on October 30th at 6PM GMT/2PM EST on Twitter - come join us!
Sean Dayton on the city of Cape Town’s admirable but difficult to achieve goal.
At just four days old, Cape Town is home to the world’s youngest urban transport authority. Will it help the city develop a more reliable and cohesive public transport network? More in our latest post.
#urbanism #future (Taken with Instagram)