This report was unded by the Institute or Transportation and DevelopmentPolicy (ITDP) and EMBARQ. It was researched by Juan Pablo Bocarejo Ph.D, MariaCaroline LeCompte M.Sc, and Jiangping Zhou. It was reviewed and editedby Michael Replogle, Carlos Felipe Pardo, Dario Hidalgo, Adriana Lobo, SalvadorHerrera, David Uniman, Angelica Vesga, Stephanie Lotshaw, Dani Simons, HollyLaDue, Michael Kodransky, Aimee Gauthier, and Walter Hook.
Founded in 1985, the Institute or Transportation and Development Policypromotes socially equitable and environmentally sustainable transportationworldwide. ITDP works alongside city governments and local advocacy groupsto create projects that reduce poverty and pollution, and ght climate change.ITDP has oces in Argentina, Brazil, China, Colombia, Hungary, India, Indonesia,Mexico, and the United States; employs more than 70 sta members; andsupplements this team with leading architects, urban planners, transport experts,developers, and nanciers.
EMBARQ catalyzes environmentally and nancially sustainable transportsolutions to improve quality o lie in cities.Since 2002, it has grown to include ve oces, located in Mexico, Brazil, India,Turkey, and the Andean Region, that work together with local transportauthorities to reduce pollution, improve public health, and create sae, accessible,and attractive urban public spaces. EMBARQ employs more than 130 experts inelds ranging rom architecture to air quality management; geography to journalism;and sociology to civil and transport engineering.Published March 2012