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Infographic - 10 Principles for Sustainable Urban Transport

Infographic - 10 Principles for Sustainable Urban Transport

Based on the approach “avoid-shift-improve”, the GIZ urban mobility team has designed a vibrant infographic on 10 principles for sustainable urban transport. Have a look at the infographic and follow 10 principles of sustainable urban transport, ranging from dense and human scale city planning, fostering walking and cycling as well as public transport, to promoting clean vehicles and to improve the efficiency of transport operations!

First edition: 2015.

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    Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Standard 2.1

    Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Standard 2.1

    The TOD Standard is a powerful tool to help shape and assess urban development. It focuses on maximizing the benefits of public transit and non-motorized mobility while placing the emphasis firmly back on the users: people.

    The Standard outlines eight core principles of urban design and land use, each supported by specific performance objectives and easily measurable indicators, or metrics. Together, they promote safe, balanced and vibrant neighborhoods around stations; short and well-connected pedestrian and cycling networks; densities that ensure strong customer bases for local services and public transport; and minimal car traffic and parking interference.

    Second edition: 2014

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    SUTP Module 1a - The Role of Transport in Urban Development Policy

    SUTP Module 1a - The Role of Transport in Urban Development Policy

    This module sets out a ‘new vision’ of urban transport for developing cities. Written by former mayor of Bogotá Enrique Peñalosa, it draws from the recent experience of Bogotá, Colombia and shows how basic problems of urban transport are more political rather than technical.

    First edition: 2002.

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    SUTP Module 1e - Raising Public Awareness about Sustainable Urban Transport

    SUTP Module 1e - Raising Public Awareness about Sustainable Urban Transport

    Public awareness, support and information campaigns are crucial to the formulation and implementation of any sustainable transport policy in developing cities. Key components of carrying out a cost-effective initiative to raise public awareness about sustainable transport include determining a target audience, developing a strategic approach, and establishing an effective “Working Group”.

    First edition: 2002.

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    SUTP Module 1f - Financing Sustainable Urban Transport

    SUTP Module 1f - Financing Sustainable Urban Transport

    The publication presents financing instruments for sustainable urban transport, and shows how to combine them. It is aimed at policy makers, financial sector specialists and urban planners/practitioners working on key challenges related to financing urban transport systems.

    First edition: 2010.

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    SUTP Module 1g - Urban Freight in Developing Cities

    SUTP Module 1g - Urban Freight in Developing Cities

    The SUTP Sourcebook module describes the importance of freight transportation in the context of urban development and provides detailed information on available options to meet current and future challenges for urban goods transport in rapidly growing cities of the developing world.

    First edition: 2010.

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    SUTP Module 2a - Land Use Planning and Urban Transport

    SUTP Module 2a - Land Use Planning and Urban Transport

    Which cities have succeeded in establishing land use patterns which support the more environmentally-friendly and efficient modes of transit, walking and cycling? What are the benefits of better land use planning for developing cities? What can developing cities do to address increasing problems of urban sprawl and automobile dependency? This module addresses all of these questions and provides policy recommendations.

    First edition: 2002.

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    SUTP Module 2c - Parking Management

    SUTP Module 2c - Parking Management

    Poor parking management or unregulated parking results in traffic congestion and impacts negatively on safety and accessibility for pedestrians as well as urban aesthetics. This module discusses the various operational, planning, institutional and social challenges around parking practices in cities, and how these could be overcome. The module also discusses topics like types of marking, parking demand and common myths associated with vehicle parking.

    First edition: 2010.

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    SUTP Module & Training Document - Transportation Demand Management

    SUTP Module & Training Document - Transportation Demand Management

    Transportation Demand Management (TDM) aims to maximize the efficiency of the urban transport system using a wide range of measures, including congestion pricing, public transport improvement, promoting non-motorised transport, fuel taxation and parking management. This document presents an overview on international practices, approaches and supports the design of a TDM strategy.

    First edition: 2009.

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    SUTP Module 3a - Mass Transit Options

    SUTP Module 3a - Mass Transit Options

    Choices about a mass rapid transit system are choices about a city's future. This module surveys mass transit systems around the world, and compares the different systems according to key parameters such as cost, construction time, environmental impacts, poverty impacts, speed, passenger capacity and many more.

    First edition: 2002.

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    SUTP Module 3b - Bus Rapid Transit

    SUTP Module 3b - Bus Rapid Transit

    This module provides practical guidance on how a developing city can plan, finance, design and implement a world class Bus Rapid Transit system. As a planning template for developing cities, this module can drastically reduce planning and consultancy costs which a developing city would otherwise incur in developing a BRT system.

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    SUTP Module 3c - Bus Regulation & Planning

    SUTP Module 3c - Bus Regulation & Planning

    This module provides direction to developing cities on how to break out of a low quality, high-risk, low profit, low investment spiral in which so many urban bus systems in the developing world are now caught. It introduces and outlines the concept of an annual planning cycle, and shows how developing cities can improve bus systems from the viewpoints of operators, drivers, regulators, and passengers.

    First edition: 2002.

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    SUTP Module 5e - Urban Transport and Climate Change

    SUTP Module 5e - Urban Transport and Climate Change

    The module summarises the challenges that climate change mitigation has to face in the transport sector and presents the major options and instruments to deal with them. The module is a comprehensive summary of sustainable transport policy options and sketches out their potential for the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions. To ease access to more detailed information, the module includes many references to the other sourcebook modules.

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    SUTP Module 4d - Natural Gas Vehicles

    SUTP Module 4d - Natural Gas Vehicles

    This decision-maker's guide to natural gas vehicles provides a solid grounding in all the basic concepts of natural gas vehicles, including their operation, economic aspects, environmental aspects and refuelling infrastructure. Case studies from developing cities, including a detailed consideration of experience in Delhi (provided by CSE India), are also provided.

    First edition: 2002.

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