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NEW Web Resource Focuses On Sustainable Transportation in the Developing World

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  • Tatiana Glad
    Moving the Economy and the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) are pleased to present valuable new online resources related to cities in the
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 4, 2002
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      Moving the Economy and the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) are pleased to present valuable new online resources related to cities in the developing world - Mobility in the Developing World and Sustainable Transportation Live!

      Visitors to the new site - at www.movingtheeconomy.ca - will have the opportunity to learn how cities in Africa, Latin America and Asia are taking the lead in tackling congestion, pollution, goods movement, employment, environmental quality, and more, through sustainable transportation.

      The site, which is for visitors to access through the support of CIDA, breaks new ground in providing vital and timely information, including:

      - A database of 20 sustainable transportation case studies from the developing world, with links to more detailed descriptions and contact information;
      - Sustainable Transportation Live, featuring direct links to dozens of sites that gather and share sustainable transportation/new mobility case studies;
      - Common themes in urban transportation - a brief on the elements of urban transportation that are shared by growing cities around the world, and how cities are using transportation solutions to address poverty, job creation, quality of life, infrastructure, and pollution!

      Follow this link to visit Mobility In The Developing World and Sustainable Transportation Live: www.movingtheeconomy.ca

      Moving the Economy and CIDA acknowledge the help and support of UN-Habitat and the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives in the development of this project.


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