Award Ceremony for the TUMI Challenge Winners – kick off for the transformation of urban mobility

Award Ceremony for the TUMI Challenge Winners – kick off for the transformation of urban mobility

10 innovative mobility projects from 10 different cities on 3 continents were awarded this year's Transformative Urban Mobility Challenge on May, 22nd 2018. The ceremony at the WomenMobilizeWomen conference in Leipzig marked the start of the implementation of the 10 selected projects. More than 100...

How to make urban transport gender responsive

How to make urban transport gender responsive

We are happy to announce our new publication “Approaches for Gender Responsive Urban Transport” on the day of the Women Mobilize Women Conference. The new publication is a guide for policy-makers, administrations and interested citizens and serves as framework document for sustainable transport...

Discover the Future of Mobility with our New Tool! - Transformative Innovations launched in Bangkok today

Discover the Future of Mobility with our New Tool! - Transformative Innovations launched in Bangkok today

GIZ on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) is glad to launch the Transformative Innovations Map as part of the Transformative Urban Mobility Initiative (TUMI). The interactive Map shows a spatial and categorized overview of transport innovations...

Reviving the Kingdom of Bicycles

Reviving the Kingdom of Bicycles

To jointly elaborate on how to make China’s cities cycling-ready, the GIZ “Mobility and Fuels Strategy as a Contribution to the Transport Transition in China”(MFS) project together with the GIZ “Sino-German Cooperation on Low Carbon Transport” (CLCT) project, the GIZ “Sino-German...

Think twice when planning and financing mass public transport projects

Think twice when planning and financing mass public transport projects

IsDB and GIZ SUTP jointly organized their eighth workshop. More than 25 transport experts from Islamic Development Bank member countries in MENA, Central Asia and Africa regions engaged in finding approaches how to plan and finance mass public transport projects for their cities in a workshop in...

Academy of Sustainable Urban Mobility 2018

Academy of Sustainable Urban Mobility 2018 - Getting inspired by best mobility practices in European cities

The need for shifting towards a sustainable mobility paradigm Urban transport plays a fundamental role in meeting the objectives of economic competitiveness, social inclusion and sustainable growth. Yet, in many countries, challenges arise around the rapid increase of private vehicles, traffic...

Shared mobility services and car-sharing in China

Shared mobility services and car-sharing in China

Globally, the transport and mobility sector is undergoing a holistic transformation, due to technological innovation, new business models, changing customer demands and political pressure to tackle environmental challenges. One possibly very sustainable development has been the growth of ride- and...

GIZ ORF-EE supports Sustainable Urban Mobility in SEE

GIZ ORF-EE supports Sustainable Urban Mobility in SEE

The GIZ Open Regional Fund for South-East Europe – Energy Efficiency (ORF-EE) initiated on 27 February in Sarajevo a round of meetings on the subject of sustainable urban mobility in capital cities of South-East Europe. The mission ended on March 8 with a conclusive meeting in Priština,...

Assignment of experts and workshop on the first low emission zone (LEZ) in Bangkok

Assignment of experts and workshop on the first low emission zone (LEZ) in Bangkok

In January 2018 Connective Cities organised the assignment of two German experts, one from Berlin and one from Munich, to the capital city of Thailand to work on 'Creating a first low emission zone in Bangkok'. These advisors were assigned to transfer expertise that would help facilitate the...

Managing 750 million records of big data to optimize mobility in Shenzhen

Managing 750 million records of big data to optimize mobility in Shenzhen

Interview with Dr. Wu Yue Dr. Wu Yue (吴岳博士) Dr. Wu Yue is the chief engineer of the intelligent transport division at the Shenzhen Urban Transport Planning Center (SUTPC). Dr. Wu Yue received his PhD from Tongji University in Shanghai in 1990. Before joining SUTPC 3 years ago, he had been...