We very much doubt that most of our busy readers have the time to check into World Streets on a daily basis. For that reason we make available to our subscribers and sponsors in addition to the daily edition, a monthly summary which brings together in one place all postings and comments in a manner in which the busy reader can scan the month’s titles in a few lines and make a decision as to whether or not to call up and read the full article. Time-efficient communication in an overload world.
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March 2010, the month that was:
Another busy month on World Streets, our thirteenth since start-up in March 2009, with 10,392 visitors from some fifty countries dropping in over the course of the month to pick up and at least scan a total of 26 widely varied articles, touching on projects, ideas and accomplishments in places as diverse as Nepal, New York City, Italy, Portugal, Iceland, Sweden, France, India and Japan, reporting on matters ranging from innovations and impacts in walking and cycling, carsharing and ridesharing, sustainable cities strategies, some bad ideas masquerading as sustainable transport, the two million dollar stop sign, the importance of expanding the role of female leadership in our sector (again!), thoughts on how we can look and learn from each other, and some practical advice on how to work effectively with other languages in World Streets and beyond. Read on for more
Who read Streets in March 2010?:(Listed here in order of frequency of visits)
United States * Canada * United Kingdom * India * Spain * South Africa * Italy * Brazil * Denmark * France * Singapore * Portugal * Germany * Ireland * Puerto Rico * Australia * Japan * Korea * Switzerland * Norway * Mexico * Iceland * Malaysia * Poland * Netherlands * Hong Kong * Sweden * Andorra * Ukraine * Uganda * Colombia * Indonesia * New Zealand * Venezuela * Taiwan * Hungary * Chile * Pakistan * Kuwait * Czech Republic * Turkey.
With this map you can see where the last eighty visitors came from. Generally typical, but from day to day with considerable variations.
How to obtain a copy of the March report:
The monthly editions are available through the World Streets Forum to registered subscribers, collaborators, sponsors and others whom they invite to share these findings. The Forum provides a handy way to sign in and to make sure that you are efficiently informed in a concise manner concerning all articles and postings that appear in the pages of the journal. Here is some first background on how it works – http://newmobilityagenda.blogspot.com/2010/03/world-streets-forum-library-and-reading.html
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Freely available in March:
To celebrate our first full year of publication, the March report is being made available exceptionally an to anyone who comes to the site asks for it.
–> Go for it! Click here to download March report. (Large PDF)