Shaping urban mobility – An integrated approach by the TUMI initiative at WUF9

Shaping urban mobility – An integrated approach by the TUMI initiative at WUF9

A new mobility world and countless opportunities to transform cities into better places: shared mobility services, digital solutions, attractive urban places and a whole lot more. However, these solutions require financial resources, technical know-how and political leadership in their implementation.

Want to know more about it? During the 9th World Urban Forum (WUF9) in Malaysia, we will offer a training session on 12th of February from 11.00 to 14:00 at the Venue Room 402. We will help you identifying the current state of affairs, optimal solutions for you and your city as well as potential support opportunities by partners of the TUMI Initiative.

 

The planned schedule is as followed:

  • Opening by BMZ
  • Key Inputs

Introduction to BRT Dar es Salam (DART)

BRT Planning Guide (ITDP)

  • Flashlights

Practical BRT Planning (ITDP)

Potential of E-Mobility (WRI)

Connecting Public Transport with Shared Mobility Service (GIZ)

Financing new Urban Mobility (KfW)

  • Workshop with detailed discussions on three flashlights (as above)
 
Monika Zimmermann, Deputy Secretary General of the ICLEI World Secretariat, will moderate the event.
 
Register here!

 

The theme of the WUF9 “Cities 2030, Cities for All: Implementing the New Urban Agenda” – places the Forum’s focus on the New Urban Agenda as a tool and accelerator for achieving Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals.

The objective: To discuss, identify and commit to the implementation of concrete solutions for the transformative commitments of the New Urban Agenda, bundled by all relevant actors.

The Forum provides a great opportunity to mobilize urban actors in national governments, sub-national and local governments, civil society, the private sector and science to share knowledge and solutions for sustainable urban development, facilitate stakeholder inputs to monitoring and reporting on the New Urban Agenda and facilitate strong stakeholder partnerships.

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