Cities for Mobility World Congress – See you again in 2016!
cfm 2014 finale

The 2014 Cities for Mobility World Congress successfully took place under the title "City on the move – Rethinking and implementing mobility" on June 1 to 3, 2014, at the City Hall of Stuttgart. 250 representatives from over 30 countries world wide participated in the event. The results will be uploaded on this site until beginning of August.

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Better airquality in European cities: The CLARS network

clars logo kleinDoes your work involve improving the environment or traffic in your city or ministry? Are you operating, planning, considering, investigating a Low Emission Zone, Congestion Charging, urban road user charging, access regulation, vehicle access restriction, lorry ban etc?

Urban mobility and social inclusion - Planning accessibility for more sustainable cities

civitas casablanca 2014The 12th edition of the annual CIVITAS Forum Conference will take place between 23rd and 26th September 2014 in Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco.

European workshop on clean bus procurement: Is the future of urban busses electric?

BRNO bus1 kleinMany European cities have ambitious emission and noise reduction targets. For meeting these objectives, urban bus fleets play an important role. All-electric battery and trolley busses produce no local air pollution and are very silent, while diesel-electric hybrid propulsion and latest EURO 6 emission standards have considerably improved the ecological and economic performance of conventional busses.

2.000 photos of the Sustainable Urban Transport Program (SUTP) Photo collection are now on Flickr

bogota kleinGIZ-SUTP is always doing its best to promote sustainable urban transport through different media.

CAPSUT - The new portal on Capacity Building for Sustainable Urban Transport

Capsut kleinCAPSUT (Capacity Building for Sustainable Urban Transport) is an international platform, dedicated to capacity building in sustainable urban transport.

Buenos Aires, Argentina Wins 2014 Sustainable Transport Award

Buenos-Aires kleinThe City of Buenos Aires, Argentina, is the 2014 winner of the 9th annual Sustainable Transport Award.

ITDP: The Bike-Sharing Planning Guide

news 220More than 600 cities around the globe have bike share systems, and new systems are starting every year. The largest and most successful systems, in places such as China, Paris, London, and Washington, D.C., have helped to promote cycling as a viable and valued transport option.

10 principles of sustainable urban transport

news 221Sustainable transport needs comprehensive approaches: Following 10 principles of sustainable urban transport and all the corresponding measures the GIZ (Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit) designed a new info graphic and made a PREZI out of it.

HORIZON 2020 to provide a welcome boost to CIVITAS

logo civitas 2move2"The EU's upcoming framework programme Horizon 2020 promises to bring important support to the next phase of the CIVITAS initiative – CIVITAS 2020 – through the area of Smart, Green and Integrated Transport. Better mobility solutions, greener cities and new calls for dynamic EU-funded projects in urban sustainability are set to emerge from this new endeavour."


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