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Reclaiming the Streets of Fortaleza, Brazil

2019 - transport is dying - transport is thriving, sustainable transport issue 30


Jemilah Magnusson (Editor)


Institute for Transportation & Development Policy (ITDP)


Reclaiming the Streets of Fortaleza, Brazil

The Institute for Transportation and Development Policy works around the world to design and implement high- quality transport systems and policy solutions that make cities more livable, equitable, and sustainable.

Content of this issue:

The Effects of Transportation on Early Childhood Development

Fortaleza’s Progress Shows that Change is Still Possible in Brazil

Bucheon City Goes from a Car-Centric City to a People-Friendly Vision

In Cairo, ITDP Works to Improve Transport Access for Women

America, The Netherlands, and Oil Crisis: 50 Years Later

Frequency Is Freedom

Scooters, E-bikes, Rideshares, and More: Learning from Dockless Bikeshar

On Mexico City’s Buses, a Little Technology Goes a Long Way

MOBILIZE Dar es Salaam

In Jakarta’s Urban Villages Women Are Moving Mobility Forward

“Women-only” Transport: A "Solution" To What End?

As Cities in the US and Europe Explore Electrification, China Is Taking the Lead

Transforming Streets in São Pauo

From the Narrow Lanes of Agra to the BRT Lanes of Pune: 20 Years of the ITDP India Program

New Resources from ITDP






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