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Infographic - A comprehensive approach for road safety: The example of Germany

Infographic - A comprehensive approach for road safety: The example of Germany

About 3,400 people die every day in road traffic accidents around the world. A further 50 million people are injured every year. To reduce injuries and fatalities, many proven measures are available – from better infrastructure to safer vehicles, better enforcement & education and improved emergency medical services. Our infographic illustrates the comprehensive approach that Germany has taken as a response to sharply rising fatality rates since the 1950s - comprising a bundle of measures that can inspire policymakers and experts elsewhere.

First edition: 2015.

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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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    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 Technical Document #1 - Demystifying Induced Travel Demands

    SUTP Technical Document #1 - Demystifying Induced Travel Demands

    “If we build it, they will come”: The question of induced travel demand attracts substantial interest from decision-makers, planners and the wider public alike. This technical document is intended as an introduction to the concept of induced travel demand and the principal arguments and debates surrounding the phenomenon.

    First edition: 2009.

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    Case Study - Lviv: The Cycling Capital of Ukraine

    Case Study - Lviv: The Cycling Capital of Ukraine

    The City of Lviv is defending her reputation as the cycling capital of Ukraine. In little more than three years, about 35 km of cycling tracks and lanes have been realized, further projects are in the pipeline and ready for implementation.

    First edition: 2014.

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    SUTP Module 4e - Intelligent Transport Systems

    SUTP Module 4e - Intelligent Transport Systems

    The technologies used collectively for achieving safer, affordable and environmentally friendly transportation systems are called Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). The objective of this module is to display to decision makers the various advantages of different ITS measures and how these systems could be implemented in their cities for best outcomes.

    First edition: 2005.

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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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