Transition Towards an Integrated, Accessible and Smart Public Transport System in Mexico (TranSIT)

TranSIT supports the development and implementation of efficient, inclusive and intelligent public transport solutions, working closely with the mobility and transport authorities, the private sector, NGOs, civil society, and academia on state and subnational level.

TranSIT is working in three fields:

Decision-making tools: Development and improvement of decision-making tools and strengthening of professional competencies of public transport employees in the public and private sector.

Demonstration projects: Implementation of demonstration projects to create hands-on experience at the subnational level and empower actors to independently apply further improvements and replicate measures.

Knowledge exchange and transfer: Dissemination of experiences and lessons learned from the demonstration projects in exchange networks both nationally and internationally.

You are currently viewing a placeholder content from Youtube. To access the actual content, click the button below. Please note that doing so will share data with third-party providers.

More Information

Project Information

Contact: Isabel von Griesheim, isabel.von-griesheim@giz.de

Country: Mexico

Duration: 2022 – 2026

Status: ongoing

Funder: Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)

Implementation: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

Political Partners:

  • Ministry of Agrarian, Territorial, and Urban Development (SEDATU), Mexico
  • State Ministries/Agencies of Transport and Mobility in
  • The transport authority of the city of León (DGM)

Further Links:

Related News


What is Mexico’s New Mobility Strategy about?

Last June a significant change occurred in mobility sector in Mexico. A new strategy in mobility...
Read more

Smart, Inclusive and Sustainable Public Transport: The Route for Reducing Emissions in Mexico

How to improve public transport in Mexico? Searching for new and better ways to transport is important...
Read more

Team

Portrait image of Andrea Cárdenas
Andrea Cárdenas

Transport Advisor
Mexico, Mexico City

Portrait image of Andrés Rojo
Andrés Rojo

Transport Advisor
Mexico, Mexico City

Portrait image of Carolina Santos
Carolina Santos

Transport Advisor
Mexico, Mexico City

Portrait image of Isabel von Griesheim
Isabel von Griesheim

Project Director
Mexico, Mexico City

Portrait image of Leon Becker
Leon Becker

Transport Advisor
Mexico, Mexico City

Portrait image of Neimy Girón
Neimy Girón

Knowledge Management Advisor
Mexico, Mexico City

Portrait image of Paco de Anda
Paco de Anda

Transport Advisor
Mexico, Mexico City