Well-planned and efficient transport networks are the foundation of economic prosperity. They have far-reaching effects on society and the natural environment, and can be the catalyst for transformation of communities.


Boulevard Development Impact Assessment - Helsinki

Innovative approach sheds new light on Helsinki’s urban development, with the creation of city boulevards.

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Streets that support life - The Helsinki experience

This paper was presented at the IPENZ Transportation Group 2018 conference, Queenstown, New Zealand, 21 – 23 March 2018.

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Redefining the Metrics to Create Livable Cities

How to shift from reactive to proactive transport and land-use planning.

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Preparing Societies for Autonomous Vehicles

A View From Asia: Embracing challenges from concept to reality.

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WSP USA Study: Street Closure Encourages Recreational Activity During Pandemic

Philadelphia repurposed a road exclusively for bicycles and pedestrians as a temporary shared use facility for outdoor exercise and alternative transportation.

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Achieving Vision Zero Road Safety

Saving Lives Strengthens Communities.

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Creating Safe Road Ecosystems

This article—the last in a series examining how intelligent transport systems can become part of the Vision Zero road-safety solution—explores the contribution of the physical space to the safe design and use of road transport systems.

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Intelligent Transport Systems Enable the Decarbonization of Road Transportation

A whole-system approach to achieve net zero ambitions.

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Transitioning to Zero Emission technology

A guide to ensuring a smooth transition towards future-ready vehicles.

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Providing Guidance for Green Infrastructure in Southern California

San Diego County was among the first regions in Southern California to adopt Green Streets guidelines to improve understanding about green infrastructure and how it benefits the environment and community.

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