Now in Polish - the 10 Principles for Sustainable Urban Transport

Now in Polish - the 10 Principles for Sustainable Urban Transport

Just in time for the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP24 in Katowice, Poland, SUTP is proud to announce that the 10 Principles for Sustainable Transport Poster is now available in Polish. We would like to thank Dr. Marcin Wołek from PROTRANS, Dr. Piotr Kuropatwiński from Polska Unia...

The SUTP Module on Two-and-Three-Wheelers has been updated

The SUTP Module on Two-and-Three-Wheelers has been updated

When it comes to urban transportation, motorcycles are predominant in many middle and low-income cities. Therefore, SUTP provides a policy guide to sustainable mobility solutions for motorcycles. To keep in line with the latest developments, this sourcebook module on Two-and-Three-Wheelers has been...

Starting a Global Dialogue on Air Quality – GPSM at the Better Air Quality Conference 2018

Starting a Global Dialogue on Air Quality – GPSM at the Better Air Quality Conference 2018

The German Partnership for Sustainable Mobility (GPSM) started a global dialogue on air quality by organizing an Asian-German Exchange on Air Quality through Sustainable Urban Transport at this year's Better Air Quality Conference in Kuching, Malaysia. At the dialogue session, GPSM also presented...

The 10 Principle Poster is now available in 30 languages - most recent: Albanian

The 10 Principle Poster is now available in 30 languages - most recent: Albanian

We are thrilled to announce that our poster 10 Principles for Sustainable Urban Transport is now available in Albanian. This marks the 30th language in our collection. This represents a milestone in our efforts to reach planners and decision makers worldwide and to spread awareness about the...

Transport and Climate Change Week in Berlin: Digital Mobility, New Business Models and Innovative Planning

Transport and Climate Change Week in Berlin: Digital Mobility, New Business Models and Innovative Planning

Authors: Liu Chang, Dr. Markus Wagner, Sebastian Ibold The second Transport and Climate Change (TCC) Week, which included the Climate Action in Mobility Conference (CAMC), highlighted the importance and need of a transformational change in the transport sector to limit global warming by developing...

Transit Alliances now available in Spanish!

Transit Alliances now available in Spanish!

Transit alliances are a solution to make public mobility attractive for all - by incorporating multiple operators into one system! In many cities, both quantity and quality of public transport services are not keeping pace with population growth and social expectations. Learn more how to...

The importance of Mobility Management for ports, islands and tourist destinations

The importance of Mobility Management for ports, islands and tourist destinations

This article was originally published on: EPOMM Dear reader, whereas traffic to resort areas often peaks at particular seasons and times of the week, traffic at ports do have a, more or less, constant – high – flow of traffic. In both cases, may it be visitors or port authorities,...

Climate Resilient Urban Transport

IsDB-GIZ training in Jakarta (7th - 9th November 2018)

The IsDB and the GIZ organize a training with a focus on Climate Resilient Urban Transport Why focus on Climate Resilient Urban Transport? Climate resilience in the transport sector can be understood as the capacity to maintain core functions of the transport system and its services in the face of...

A 360° view of urban mobility in Poland

A 360° view of urban mobility in Poland

With our series of 360° pictures, you can experience best practice examples of urban planning & mobility in an interactive way. Find the first article about urban mobility in the Netherlands here, article #2 about urban mobility in Copenhagen, Denmark here and the most recent article on urban...

Delegation from the German State of Hesse in Beijing and Shenzhen – understanding the non-predictability of digitalization and mobility innovation

Delegation from the German State of Hesse in Beijing and Shenzhen – understanding the non-predictability of digitalization and mobility innovation

China’s rapid development in mobility and digitalization Authors: Dr. Christoph Nedopil China is increasingly recognized as an innovation leader in mobility and digitalization. Companies in mobility services, like Didi or Meituan, in NEV vehicles, such as BYD or Foton, or in technology, like...