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  1. Event
    06 May 2012

    2012 Bus & Paratransit Conference

    Language English 573 reads The conference programme includes topics such as policy and planning, operations and maintenance, public transportation in today’s operating environment, technology, safety and...

  2. News
    20 December 2012

    Active travellers are competitive customers (United States)

    1246 reads A new OTREC (Oregon Transport Research and Education Consortium) draft report, Consumer Behavior and Travel Mode Choices, highlights some key differences between transportation modes. People...

  3. Facts & figures
    01 November 2014

    APTA Public Transport Fact Book

    3457 reads The Public Transportation Fact Book, published annually, contains national aggregate statistical data covering all aspects of the transit industry in the United States and Canada. Major sections...

  4. Case study
    05 August 2008
  5. News
    08 July 2011

    Beginning of the end of biofuels (United States)

    580 reads Doubts concerning the expanding production of biofuels and energy generation from „energy plants“ are increasing worldwide. In the USA the food lobby has been successful in persuading the Senate...

  6. News
    20 July 2016

    Better data can get kids walking & cycling more

    1905 reads A new study from the US says that having better access to data can help get kids walking and cycling to school. In its report, the nonprofit Safe Routes to School National Partnership says that...

  7. News
    14 June 2013

    Bike lanes may have positive impacts on local economy (New York City)

    1125 reads A recent study from NYC- DOT (Department of Transportation) finds that protected bicycle lanes may have a key role in promoting local businesses even in a recession. The construction of the first...

  8. News
    17 March 2014

    Bike-friendly intersections work to protect cyclists

    901 reads There is more and more recognition of the need for separate, protected cycle lanes in cities, but the problem of how to safely negotiate intersections remains for cyclists. An urban planner in the...

  9. News
    24 August 2015

    California builds first protected intersection for bikes in the US

    1498 reads The city of Davis in California has finished work on a Dutch-inspired protected intersection to make travel safer for cyclists- the first such infrastructure in the United States. Built with the...

  10. News
    20 October 2011

    Chicago plans to launch its bike sharing system in 2012 (USA)

    601 reads The city of Chicago announced its plan to introduce the first large scale bicycle sharing system in the city by 2012. The two-stage program aims at having 5,000 bicycles and 500 docking stations...