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January 5, 2015

FedEx and EMBARQ Mexico: The Napkin Plan

Since 2011, FedEx has sponsored a two-year fellowship program for EMBARQ employees to leverage FedEx knowledge in key areas like driver safety and fuel technologies. EMBARQ is part of an international network that helps cities make sustainable transport a reality.

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June 12, 2014

Report: EMBARQ Brazil’s FedEx Fellow 2.5 Years Later

This is the first in a series of three guest blog posts from FedEx-EMBARQ Transportation Fellows. This month we will hear from Magdala Satt Arioli from EMBARQ Brazil.

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January 28, 2014

How to Design the Future of Transportation: The Story of EMBARQ in India

Recognizing the Need There are over 1.2 billion people in India. Each of them living in a world that becomes more complex and demanding every day. India is experiencing explosive growth, which requires people to be more mobile than ever, often commuting long distances every day for a job or family obligations. This newfound prosperity is contributing to a boom in personal car sales. 

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August 31, 2012

Start of School Means Commute Changes

The other day I went back-to-school-shopping with my seven and eight year-olds. While I think they were happy to get cool new sneakers, their enthusiasm faded as we moved towards school supplies like folders, paper, pens and pencils. It didn’t take long before I could see the look of “Can we just get this over with?” written on their faces.

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February 3, 2010

Making Mexican Cities Economically Competitive & Better Places to Live

FedEx would like to introduce Nancy Kete, the Director of EMBARQ (The WRI Center for Sustainable Transport), an agency who recently received funding support from FedEx for sustainable transportation in Mexico.  Nancy oversees a network of Centers for Sustainable Transport in Mexico, Brazil, Turkey, India and the Andean region, which work with cities on mass transit projects, public space improvements and cycling and pedestrian initiatives.

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January 14, 2010

Fixing traffic congestion in Mexico

FedEx would like to introduce Nancy Kete, the Director of EMBARQ (The WRI  Center for Sustainable Transport), an agency who recently received funding support from FedEx for sustainable transportation projects in Mexico.  Nancy oversees a network of Centers for Sustainable Transport in Mexico, Brazil, Turkey, India and the Andean region, which work with cities on mass transit projects, public space improvements and cycling and pedestrian initiatives.

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