“Cities for Mobility“ serves as a platform to engage in mutual cooperation for developing, implementing and disseminating innovative solutions for sustainable urban mobility.

The Coordination Office

  • facilitates contacts between members and other partners with the aim of stimulating the initiation and development of bilateral and multilateral projects. Our main objective is to bring partners from public and private sector together supporting them to find partners for these cooperation initiatives.
  • supports its members by making publicity for projects through its dissemination tools (website, electronic magazine, newsflash, world congresses).


The vitality of a world wide network such as "Cities for Mobility" depends to a great extent on the contributions and discussions of its members. In case you have an interesting project idea in the area of urban mobility which you would like to develop with other members of "Cities for Mobility" we will be pleased to assist you in your search for partners.


List of projects where members of ”Cities for Mobility” participated:



Lecodenet titelThe European-Latin American project Lecodenet is coordinated by the Uruguayan provincial government of Colonia and aims at to strengthen the capacities of cities in Europe and Latin America in the fields of international cooperation, youth, gender and poverty. 


FIFA World Cups 2006-2014 Cooperation

operating 01The City of Stuttgart maintains a close relationship to several Brazilian cities through different projects and has started in 2008 to support Brazilian cities in the process of preparation of the traffic management system for the FIFA World Cup 2014.


SOL – Safe Our Lives

Traffic-SafetySOL has the objective to enhance capacities of local and regional stakeholders to prevent road accidents in Central Europe. SOL is a project cofinanced by the European Programme of Territorial Cooperation “Central Europe”.



AmmanThe “SUMPA-MED” project (Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning Adapted to Mediterranean) project aims at promoting environment-friendly urban mobility policies in Jordanian and Syrian cities. It is funded by the EU’s Cooperation in Urban Development and Dialogue (CIUDAD) program with partners in five countries from Europe and the Middle East.


Active Access

operating 03This EU project is coordinated by the Napier University in Scotland. The main objective of “Active Access” is to increase cycling and especially encourage walking for daily short trips in local areas, in order to benefit people’s health, and the health of the local economy. It aims to transfer longer car trips to shorter walking and cycling trips by changing people’s mental maps of their local neighbourhoods so that they realise what is available on their doorstep, rather than in the edge of town retail park.


Go Pedelec!

operating 04The project is coordinated by energieautark consulting gmbh (Austria) with partners in six European countries. The main objective is to provide information about Pedelecs to citizens, municipal decision makers and bike retailers and to present the opportunities of this new mode of transport.

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