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February 14, 2024

Clean Air Project Launched in Accra

With the support of the Clean Air Fund, GDCI will help reduce harmful PM2.5 air pollution, focusing on one of the most at risk groups, children.

Clean Air Project Launched in Accra
Kanak-kanak & Penjaga-penjaga membayangkan semula jalan di Kuala Lumpur

August 17, 2023

Kanak-kanak & Penjaga-penjaga membayangkan semula jalan di Kuala Lumpur

GDCI melancarkan fasa pertama projek transformasi jalan sekolah untuk dua sekolah di Jalan Genting Klang, Kuala Lumpur. Sebelum memulakan reka bentuk semula jalan, pasukan GDCI berinteraksi dengan pelajar, ibu bapa, dan guru-guru dari sekolah-sekolah tersebut melalui aktiviti-aktiviti yang interaktif.

Children and Caregivers Reimagine Streets in Kuala Lumpur

August 17, 2023

Children and Caregivers Reimagine Streets in Kuala Lumpur

GDCI, in collaboration with the city hall of Kuala Lumpur, launched the first phase of a school street transformation project for two schools in Jalan Genting Klang, Kuala Lumpur. Before embarking on the street redesign, the GDCI team engaged with students, parents, and teachers from the schools through participatory activities.

Featured Street Shaper – Spring 2021

March 22, 2021

Featured Street Shaper – Spring 2021

GDCI Street Shaper of the Month Nina Asterina Program Manager for Urban Inclusivity Initiatives at Kota Kita Foundation, Surakarta (Solo), Indonesia 

MCGM to Transform CSMT Intersection in Collaboration with BIGRS

October 22, 2019

MCGM to Transform CSMT Intersection in Collaboration with BIGRS

Under BIGRS, the MCGM and Mumbai Traffic Control Branch (MTCB), with the support of the Global Designing Cities Initiative (GDCI), is carrying out this transformation work to increase pedestrian safety while making traffic flow more efficient, around the busy transportation hub.

Making Mumbai Streets Safer and Cooler

May 31, 2018

Making Mumbai Streets Safer and Cooler

As we approach the 2018 Road Safety Week in Mumbai, India, we decided to revisit GDCI's collaboration with MCGM and MTP from last year, where a week-long trial and Mithchowki in Malad, was conducted to reclaim ~1650 sq.m of underutilized roadbed on the street for pedestrians and support a space that is more legible for all users.