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8th International Congress

19–21 June 2016 in Stuttgart (City Hall), Germany

More than 600 members in 85 countries moving together for a better mobility!

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Visit the best performing European cities in Sustainable Urban Mobility planning

bumpThe best performing cities of the BUMP EU-Project are well ahead in the development of their SUMPs (Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans) and are ready to welcome technical officers and decision makers from local authorities established in the EU, and Norway, Switzerland, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, FYR of Macedonia, Albania and Turkey, for a study visit. 

3rd European Cycle Logistics Federation Confererence on 15-17 October 2015 in Donostia (Spain)

ECLF logoThe 3rd conference of the European Cycle Logistics Federation which takes place in  Donostia – San Sebastián from 15–17 October will highlight where cycle logistics fits into last mile deliveries and urban logistics.

Urban Transport Weeks in Hamburg (September-October 2016)

Logo Eurist Campus 2014Transport is one of the most pressing global issues of the future! The world needs determined and creative professionals, able to understand the scope of the problem and to envision applicable strategies beyond purely technical innovations.

New SUTP publication on „Urban Mobility Plans“ launched

Urban Mobility PlansThe latest SUTP technical document “Urban Mobility Plans – National Approaches and Local Practice” has been launched. The document reviews approaches for Urban Mobility Plans (UMP) from various countries and showcases a growing number of examples calling for a shift away from the traditional, infrastructure-oriented approach towards sustainable and people-oriented planning.

CODATU XVI conference taking place in Istanbul on February the 2nd to the 5th, 2015.

flyer-conference prevThe conference will deal with “Energy, climate and air quality challenges: the role of urban transport policies in developing countries and emerging economies”. Turning around climate issues linked to urban transport, the debates and presentations will make the conference a milestone on the way to COP21 in Paris in December 2015.

Carsharing Services in Emerging Economies - New Technical Document published

StadtmobilThe latest SUTP Technical Document titled “Carsharing in Emerging Economies” has now been published. It aims to evaluate the potential, as well as the necessary political support structure, for the implementation of carsharing services in emerging economies. Beginning with a basic introduction to the function and benefits of carsharing, the paper identifies key success factors and best practice of mature carsharing markets.

Sustainable Urban Mobility in Developing Countries

image001In partnership with the GIZ, UNITAR (United Nations Institute for Training and Research) is launching a new session of the e-learning course Sustainable Urban Mobility in Developing Countries, starting in two weeks. This course aims to enhance the capacity of local decision-makers and urban and transportation planners to formulate and implement appropriate policies that contribute to sustainability in urban transport in developing countries.

Sharing the City - CIVITAS Forum 2015

civ logo-forum 2015-web-01The 13th edition of the CIVITAS Forum Conference will take place in Ljubljana between the 7th and 9th of October 2015. The theme of the Conference will be “Sharing the city” with a focus on sustainable urban mobility as an important driver to build an accessible and liveable city for all, as well as to constantly improve the quality of urban life.

Help to get Sustainable Transport into the post 2015 international climate agreement!

banner fromoldsiteGive your support to the Warsaw Statement and follow the ‘Bridging the Gap’ initiative via the web site Urban areas account for about 70% of national energy use and between 50 and 80% of climate related actions will take place under subnational (regional and local) authorities. Urban populations are set to double until 2015 and urban land cover is likely to grow even more rapidly. Sustainable transport is a high mitigation potential area and the importance of early action helping to avoid long-term lock-in resulting from failure to properly plan transport systems in a sustainable manner need increased guidance and incentives for local action for climate as well as economic and social reasons.


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