Motorised vs. nonmotorised vehicles in Bangkok

Motorised vs. nonmotorised vehicles in Bangkok

Motorised vs. nonmotorised vehicles in Bangkok   A typical day in Bangkok starts with a traffic jam around most of the city. People that have high income may use their cars to get to their jobs, others may use a taxi. Though buses, Skytrain (elevated rail system) and MRT...

Non-motorised transport in developing countries

Non-motorised transport in developing countries

Non-motorised transport in developing countries By Santhosh Kodukula Pedestrianised Nanjing Road, Shanghai is one of the highest rent districts in China.   Photo by Walter Hook, ITDP Rapid...

Article on BRT

Article on BRT

Newspaper Article on BRT (in Thai) A local newspaper in Bangkok, Mathichon, has published an article by our Asia-project Co-ordinator Mr. Thirayoot Limanond. The article was based on Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), explaining the merits and the advantages of BRT in developing cities. The article...

Sourcebook Overview

Sourcebook Overview

GIZ Sourcebook for Decision-Makers in Developing Cities What is the Sourcebook?  This Sourcebook on Sustainable Urban Transport addresses the key areas of a sustainable transport policy framework for a developing city. The Sourcebook consists of 30 modules. All modules are available in...