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Interview with the City Engineer Alphonse Nkurunziza from Kigali, Rwanda

Making transport in Kigali people-friendly: Interview with the City Engineer Alphonse Nkurunziza

Responding to numerous news reports on the future of cars in Kigali, Rwanda, we spoke to the City Engineer Alphonse Nkurunziza on current plans and ongoing projects. What are...

"Monitoring & reporting approach for GHG emissions": MobiliseYourCity's new publication is out!

MobiliseYourCity, a partnership among cities all over the globe for integrated urban development planning in emerging and develping countries, has recently issued a...
Active Mobility from an International Perspective

Active Mobility from an International Perspective: SUTP at the International Cycling Conference in Mannheim

Cycling is sustainable and fun, and a key element of urban mobility for the future. Did you know that bicycles were invented 200 years ago in Mannheim – and in order to...

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SUTP Poster 10 Principles for Sustainable Urban Transport now also available in Kiswahili

The poster 10 Principles for Sustainable Urban Transport is now available in Swahili, also known as Kiswahili, a Bantu language and an official language in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. The infographic is based on the approach 'Avoid- Shift- Improve'  and is a helpful tool to communicate solutions for sustainable urban mobility to a wider public. Take a look at it and download the new version:

See the 10 Principles Infographic in Kiswahili here.

Click also through the PREZI (English version only) and find out more about 10 principles for sustainable urban transport!

Do you want the poster in your language too? Feel free to contact us by mail to sutp@sutp.org if you are interested in translating the infographic into your native language.

The SUTP Team sends special thanks to Carol Mutiso - for helping us with the Translation!

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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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