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Film: Sustainable Maritime Transport in the Marshall Islands

A Vision is Turning into Reality The people of the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) have been renowned for their superior boat building and sailing skills for centuries. They frequently traversed between their...

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Walkway to Sustainable Mobility – Walk21 Conference in Kigali

Celebrating Champions of Walkability Once being called a place of no hope, Rwanda’s capital Kigali has...
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Africa’s Journey Towards Sustainable Mobility

In an era where the global consensus increasingly gravitates towards cleaner and more sustainable transport solutions,...
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Safer Routes to School Encourage Use of Sustainable Mobility

Every year, 1.35 million people die in entirely preventable traffic accidents, with children and young adults...
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Sustainable Mobility with Renewable Energies in Morocco

Transportation plays a pivotal role in shaping societies worldwide, facilitating connections among people, and fostering economic...
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Transforming Africa’s transport sector through networking: a catalyst for progress

GIZ is currently running a call for a first “Rethinking Transport Lab”, an exciting initiative designed...
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In Step with Jane’s Walk

Jane’s Walk is an international event which celebrates active mobility and the exploration of urban spaces....
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Viet Nams First Technical Guideline for Bicycle Infrastructure Design in Urban Areas

In the past, cycling was a primary mode of transport and common throughout cities in Viet...
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Study tour impressions: Cycling cities – an option for India?

While the benefits of cycling are widely acknowledged, from decreased congestion and improved air quality to...
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NUMPs guiding living mobility ecosystems in Latin-America

This article is part of our #StoriesofChange where we profile the work of our partner countries...
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Mobility for All in Guatemala

Traditionally, family roles are highly genderized; therefore, women mostly fulfil household and care activities. This implies...
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How to Plan on a Metropolitan Scale – the Story of Mexico

In 2018, the Guadalajara Metropolitan Area (AMG) started with an ambitious goal: to improve mobility planning...
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Cycling Against All Odds in Costa Rica

This article is part of our #StoriesofChange where we profile the work of our partner countries...
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Leapfrogging to sustainable mobility in Africa

By 2050, Africa is expected to be home to 2.5 billion people – many of whom...
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Avoid and shift – Achieving various sustainability benefits with active modes and transit

How can mobility develop its full potential to enable people an easy and safe access to...
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First Implementation of SUMP in China

A new Approach in Foshan’s Green Mobility Transition With the aim of strengthening green mobility and...
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Women on the Move – Connect & Chat

Gender visibility means discussions, conversations, like the network offers, webinars, involving members and making them talk...
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On the Way to Tracking Transport in Colombian NDC

This article is part of our #StoriesofChange where we profile the work of our partner countries...
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Women, Transport and Mobility in Latin America

The National Active Mobility Strategy (ENMA) Urban mobility is fundamental in offering quality of life to...
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Key Outcomes for Increasing Cycling Trips in Guadalajara Metropolitan Area

When we increase cycling trips in a city, we bring improvements not only to people’s health...
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Series of Technical Peer-to-Peer Exchanges in Latin America concludes.

“It has been very enriching for us to learn about the experiences of other cities and...
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Actions to move sustainably in Latin America

This article is part of our #StoriesofChange where we profile the work of our partner countries...
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Cycling Study Will Promote Sustainable Mobility in the Guadalajara Metropolitan Area

This article is part of our #StoriesofChange where we profile the work of our partner countries...
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Out now! SLOCAT Transport and Climate Change Global Status Report – 2nd edition

Moving the world towards zero transport emissions requires fast and fundamental changes at all scales. Yet...
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Future Ahoy!

“Abgefahren!”, the award-winning comic on the transport transition by the think tank Agora Verkehrswende and the...
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Continued Commitment to the Development of Sustainable Urban Transport

Climate change and global warming are challenges in all countries, including Indonesia. One of the main...
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Report Launch on E-mobility & Low Carbon Passenger Road Transport in India

“Status quo analysis of various segments of Electric mobility and low carbon passenger road transport in...
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Costa Rica: Montes de Oca Opens First 4km of Cycle Lane

This article is part of our #StoriesofChange where we profile the work of our partner countries...
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Report Launch on Electric Mobility and Low Carbon Passenger Road Transport in India

With almost 5.9 Million km, India has the second largest road network in the world. It...
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Towards the Promotion of Urban Cycling in Costa Rica

Cycling infrastructure provides a sustainable mobility alternative and encourages more cyclists in urban spaces. Now this...
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Walking through the crisis: Sustainable mobility responses to COVID-19

“Public transport is not just mass transit, because mass transit cannot answer all the demands for...
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Curridabat and Montes de Oca Seek to Become Model Cities for Urban Cycling

San José, Costa Rica, February 12, 2020. With support of the Euroclima+ programme, the Costa Rican...
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A brushstroke for better mobility in Costa Rica

Green, blue, orange – in November 2019, pedestrians, cyclists and particularly drivers in Costa Rica’s Greater...
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A Bike Changes Your Life in Every Way

How do women move around in Latin American cities? Lina Esperanza Mendoza bets on the bicycle...
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Cycling for a Low Carbon Development

Its a fact that the bicycle helps to enforce a more equal social development and that...
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Where Convenience of People Matters Most

Walking is the most common form of mobility and is generally how all trips start and...
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Raising Awareness on Mobility Obstacles: Photo Competition in the Philippines

The topic of mobility is ubiquitous in the Philippines, whether it is because of the heavy...
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Active Transport and Travel Demand Management

Between 2014 and 2016 TRANSfer supported the Colombian Government in the design of a NAMA on...
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Comprehensive Technical Guidelines for Lima’s Cycling Infrastructure

Even though Lima is described as having good geographic and climatic conditions for cycling, commutes by...
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Binding Design Standards for Cycling Infrastructure in Lima approved/Municipalidad de Lima aprueba nuevos estándares para ciclo-infraestructura

With the resolution N° 311-2017, the Metropolitan Municipality of Lima, the Peruvian capital city has adopted...
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Training Materials: Cycling and Non-Motorised Transport

This tool provides a list of training measures on NUMP-related topics by various well-reputed, non-for-profit providers...
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