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New SUTP Factsheet in the Series “Implementing the New Urban Agenda (iNUA)”

New SUTP Factsheet in the Series “Implementing the New Urban Agenda (iNUA)”

In October 2016, country and city representatives in Quito agreed on the New Urban Agenda (NUA), paving the way for sustainable urban development. GIZ-SUTP participates in the...
The Importance of Design – Experiences from Lviv/Ukraine

The Importance of Design – Experiences from Lviv/Ukraine

Sadova street in Lviv has changed. Over the course of the past year urban design has taken on a new meaning for the residents. Previously the road was characterized by narrow...
The Future of Shared Mobility

The Future of Shared Mobility

The European Platform on Mobility Management (EPOMM) have dedicated their September e-update to the future of shared mobility. As new solutions emerge involving new technologies...

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Webinar on Tactical Urbanism: Changing cities and neighbourhoods with bottom-up planning and design

Dear colleagues and friends, 

We cordially invite you to join the SUTP-Webinar on Friday, October 20. Please feel free to share this information with interested contacts at all relevant levels.

Mike Lydon, an experienced Urban Planner in New York City, coined the term “Tactical Urbanism” to describe bottom-up, community-led urban interventions in different scales – a street, a square, a whole neighbourhood. These actions often times lead to deep-rooted changes in the urban scape and also in the collaboration with local planning authorities. In this webinar, we’ll explore the potentials and restrictions of Tactical Urbanism in helping to forge more liveable communities and a more democratic planning culture.

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“Transport as usual is not an option”

More than 80 Transport Practitioners engaged in TUMI-Conference on Urban Mobility Governance at the side of the International Transport Summit 2017

Whether in Addis Ababa, Leipzig or in Kaohsiung - sound transport governance plays a key role in improving the liveability of cities and mitigating climate change. More than 80 transport officials engaged in a conference run by the Transformative Urban Mobility Initiative (TUMI) along the International Transport Summit 2017 in Leipzig, Germany for 2 days, highlighting the relevance and the potential of stronger collaboration on urban mobility governance in African Cities.

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