Welcome to the Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP)
GIZ SUTP will deliver a one-day training course on October 16, 2014 in Mexico City, in cooperation with ITDP Mexico and Sedatu. This one-day training course will describe the rationale of urban development integration with urban transport and will provide tools to develop policies and projects of such integration, based on the experience from developed and developing cities. It will also provide tools to evaluate projects where urban transport and urban development planning can be integrated. The course program can be downloaded here.
Despite the increase in traffic volume on German roads, emissions have been decreasing. Traffic emissions reduced from 161 million tons in 2001 to 140 million tons, in 2012. This positive trend should be continued systematically. It is aimed at fostering rail and water modes in freight. Further information can be found here in german language.
GIZ-SUTP, United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD), Clean Air Asia, and Sri Lanka Sustainable Energy Authority (SLSEA) is holding the pre-event session “Scaling Up Sustainable Transport Solutions to Improve Quality of Life in Cities” on November 18th in the Integrated Conference.This pre-event is essentially meant for government and municipal officials involved in environmental policy or from departments concerned with transport related activities within the urban area. Professionals from NGO’s, consulting companies and participants registered for BAQ’2014 are also welcomed to attend this event.The objective of the 1-day training course is to provide insights on the link between land transport and climate change and to discuss strategies regarding the provision of sustainable transport. The course will be delivered in three interactive sessions, such as:
For further details, please visit www.baq2014est.org.