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Infografía: 10 principios para un Transporte Urbano Sostenible, Plataforma Urbana. 9 de Febrero, 2017 Haz click para agrandar. © Cortesía de GIZ para Plataforma Urbana El Proyecto de Transporte Urbano Sostenible (SUTP) es una iniciativa que promueve el transporte sostenible para que las ciudades tengan medios de desplazamiento más eficientes, limpios, que no congestionen y que sean seguros como una manera de convertirse en lugares más habitables.
Creado en 2003 por Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), a través del Ministerio Federal para el Desarrollo y la Cooperación Económica, este proyecto comparte experiencias de movilidad urbana de todo el mundo y asesora a los gobiernos de las ciudades en la elaboración de políticas públicas sobre transporte. De esta manera busca implementar un paradigma de movilidad centrado en las personas y en medios de transporte no contaminantes bajo el enfoque de “¡Movamos personas, no autos!”. 1. Si deseas descargar la infografía, haz click aquí. The Global Cities With the Worst Traffic Problems. The Global Cities With the Worst Traffic Problems Earlier this year, Dutch company TomTom(TOM2) released a detailed report that uncovered the cities around the world *that have the most traffic congestion, based on the results of the TomTom Traffic Index 2017.
According to the latest analysis, Mexico City will retain its crown as the "most traffic congested city" in the world. Descarga estas ciudades del mundo en alta resolución para CAD. Descarga estas ciudades del mundo en alta resolución para CAD Mapacad es un sitio web donde se pueden descargar decenas de ciudades de todo el mundo en formato .dwg para Autocad.
Manual de mapeo 2013 by iconoclasistas. Treepedia: la enciclopedia de los árboles de ciudades de todo el mundo, Plataforma Urbana. 20 de Marzo, 2017 © Treepedia Los beneficios de tener áreas verdes en las ciudades son numerosos tanto para sus habitantes como para el medio ambiente.
En este sentido es posible mencionar su capacidad para controlar la temperatura ambiental, mitigar la contaminación acústica y atmosférica, reducir los niveles de ansiedad y estrés, e incluso disminuir los niveles de delincuencia (Kuo, FE & Sullivan, 2001). La importancia de las áreas verdes cada vez se está extendiendo más en ciudades de todo el mundo, pero aún es necesario aumentar su alcance. Cómo elegir qué árbol plantar - UNIDIVERSIDAD. Free Online Course on Urban Challenges in Emerging Countries is Open for Enrollment. Free Online Course on Urban Challenges in Emerging Countries is Open for Enrollment "Rethink the City; New Approaches to Global and Local Urban Challenges" is a free online course given by Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, starting on March 28, 2017.
The course aims to address urban challenges in emerging countries to provide a new perspective in understanding and analyzing the southern hemisphere. For this reason, the content is structured in the following three thematic axes: "Spatial Justice," "Housing Provision and Management," and "Urban Resilience". Enrollment is now open through the Edx.org online education platform. The course has a duration of six weeks between 3 to 4 hours per week and is aimed especially at undergraduate students, especially those in Latin America, Asia, and Africa, according to the course content. The summer school program will be held between the 17 - 28 of July this year at Delft. Jan Gehl's 5 Rules for Designing Great Cities. Jan Gehl's 5 Rules for Designing Great Cities Danish architect Jan Gehl is a world renowned expert in all things related to urban design and public spaces.
He obtained this expertise by publishing numerous books, and later, from his consulting firm Gehl Architects that he founded in Copenhagen, his hometown, to make cities for people. The firm celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2016. The Planners' Guide to Trees in the Urban Landscape. The Planners' Guide to Trees in the Urban Landscape Tree and Design Action Group is a group that “shares the collective vision that the location of trees, and all the benefits they bring, can be secured for future generations through better collaboration in the planning, design, construction and management of our urban infrastructure and spaces.”
“Trees make places look and feel better, as well as playing a role in climate proofing our neighborhoods and supporting human health and environmental well-being, trees can also help to create conditions for economic success.” The Trees in the Townscape guide presents a modern approach to urban forestry, providing officials and professionals with the principles and references needed to realize the potential of vegetation in urban areas. These Are the 3 Bus Stop Types Needed For Sustainable Transit Solutions. These Are the 3 Bus Stop Types Needed For Sustainable Transit Solutions The latest publication of the National Association of City Transportation Officials, NACTO, is the "Transit Street Design Guide" in which tips and proposals are presented on how to improve streets through urban design.
The ideas are centered on prioritizing sustainable mobility so that both the member cities of the organization and those that have access to this document can improve their practices in relation to public spaces, mobility, and transportation. What's the Difference Between a Road, a Street and an Avenue? New York City Mapped All of its Trees and Calculated the Economic Benefits of Every Single One. New York City Mapped All of its Trees and Calculated the Economic Benefits of Every Single One.
Planos de ciudades en DWG - Mapacad.com. 10 Amazing Aerial Views of cities ⋆ ArchEyes. Aerial Photography is particularly difficult to do.
First, you’re generally going to be in a moving aircraft with windows. Considering the cost of plane and fuel, this makes waiting around for better lighting somewhat less of an option. To get a good aerial shot, you need to plan to be in the sky at the right time, know how to avoid window reflection, and be able to take the photo at a quick enough shutter speed that the motion of the airplane doesn’t make the image blurry. Urban Lectures.
SEASON 1: See all lectures below, find a PDF with a summary of all lectures from season one here. The Unreal, Eerie Emptiness of China’s ‘Ghost Cities’ The Kangbashi district of Ordos, China is a marvel of urban planning, 137-square miles of shining towers, futuristic architecture and pristine parks carved out of the grassland of Inner Mongolia. It is a thoroughly modern city, but for one thing: No one lives there. Well, almost nobody. Kangbashi is one of hundreds of sparkling new cities sitting relatively empty throughout China, built by a government eager to urbanize the country but shunned by people unable to afford it or hesitant to leave the rural communities they know. Chicago photographer Kai Caemmerer visited Kangbashi and two other cities for his ongoing series Unborn Cities. The photos capture the eerie sensation of standing on a silent street surrounded by empty skyscrapers and public spaces devoid of life.
But it’s hard to start a city from scratch. The Street Plans Collaborative - Better Streets, Better Places. New York Miami. Tienda de Arte Cartográfico Contemporáneo. Ciudades para la Vida. Mapnificent - Dynamic Public Transport Travel Time Maps. Roosegaarde Studio's Bike Path is a Twinkling Road Inspired by Van Gogh. Studio Roosegaarde is known for its mind-bending designs, from a solar-powered glowing highway to a ring made out of smog, but this project takes things to an incredible new level.
Inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s The Starry Night, the designers have created a gorgeous illuminated bike path made out of swirling solar-powered LEDs and light-collecting paint.