Santiago de Chile wins STA Award, Windhoek/Namibia receives honorable mention

Santiago de Chile wins STA Award, Windhoek/Namibia receives honorable mention

“We received many interesting nominations this year, but Santiago stood out for their wide range of achievements, and demonstrates the benefits of a strategic focus on improving...
10 Principles for Sustainable Urban Transport - Now available in Azeri language

10 Principles for Sustainable Urban Transport - Now available in Azeri language

New year, new language! The GIZ urban mobility team has designed a vibrant info graphic on 10 principles for sustainable urban transport, based on the approach...
Winter Cycling - Addressing the Challenges, year after year

Winter Cycling - Addressing the Challenges, year after year

„Winter is coming” – at least to the Northern hemisphere. In the cold season, cyclists face various challenges including darkness, snow and slippery roads. But does that...

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New Guideline on how to develop a Non-Motorized Transport Network now available

Our new publication “How to plan and develop a pedestrian and cycling network” was elaborated to support the City of Windhoek in their ambition to develop a NMT strategy, but it offers all interested transport and city planners a new perspective on the very basis of NMT development.

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The new BMZ initiative for sustainable urban mobility was launched at Habitat-III in Quito

The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) aims to tackle the dire need for sustainable urban mobility solutions with a new initiative that was presented in Quito today. With the“Transformative Urban Mobility Initiative (TUMI)”, the Ministry and its partners are planning to support cities on their route to make accessible, sustainable transport available to their citizens.

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