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Infographic - 10 Principles for Sustainable Urban Transport

Infographic - 10 Principles for Sustainable Urban Transport

Based on the approach “avoid-shift-improve”, the GIZ urban mobility team has designed a vibrant infographic on 10 principles for sustainable urban transport. Have a look at the infographic and follow 10 principles of sustainable urban transport, ranging from dense and human scale city planning, fostering walking and cycling as well as public transport, to promoting clean vehicles and to improve the efficiency of transport operations!

First edition: 2015.

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    SUTP Module 1f - Financing Sustainable Urban Transport

    SUTP Module 1f - Financing Sustainable Urban Transport

    The publication presents financing instruments for sustainable urban transport, and shows how to combine them. It is aimed at policy makers, financial sector specialists and urban planners/practitioners working on key challenges related to financing urban transport systems.

    First edition: 2010.

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    SUTP Module 1g - Urban Freight in Developing Cities

    SUTP Module 1g - Urban Freight in Developing Cities

    The SUTP Sourcebook module describes the importance of freight transportation in the context of urban development and provides detailed information on available options to meet current and future challenges for urban goods transport in rapidly growing cities of the developing world.

    First edition: 2010.

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    Fact Sheet: Sustainable Urban Transport: Avoid-Shift-Improve (A-S-I)

    Fact Sheet: Sustainable Urban Transport: Avoid-Shift-Improve (A-S-I)

    A quick introduction to our approach for sustainable urban mobility. Published in 2011.

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    SUTP Module 2c - Parking Management

    SUTP Module 2c - Parking Management

    Poor parking management or unregulated parking results in traffic congestion and impacts negatively on safety and accessibility for pedestrians as well as urban aesthetics. This module discusses the various operational, planning, institutional and social challenges around parking practices in cities, and how these could be overcome. The module also discusses topics like types of marking, parking demand and common myths associated with vehicle parking.

    First edition: 2010.

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    SUTP Module & Training Document - Transportation Demand Management

    SUTP Module & Training Document - Transportation Demand Management

    Transportation Demand Management (TDM) aims to maximize the efficiency of the urban transport system using a wide range of measures, including congestion pricing, public transport improvement, promoting non-motorised transport, fuel taxation and parking management. This document presents an overview on international practices, approaches and supports the design of a TDM strategy.

    First edition: 2009.

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    SUTP Module 3a - Mass Transit Options

    SUTP Module 3a - Mass Transit Options

    Choices about a mass rapid transit system are choices about a city's future. This module surveys mass transit systems around the world, and compares the different systems according to key parameters such as cost, construction time, environmental impacts, poverty impacts, speed, passenger capacity and many more.

    First edition: 2002.

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    SUTP Module 3b - Bus Rapid Transit

    SUTP Module 3b - Bus Rapid Transit

    This module provides practical guidance on how a developing city can plan, finance, design and implement a world class Bus Rapid Transit system. As a planning template for developing cities, this module can drastically reduce planning and consultancy costs which a developing city would otherwise incur in developing a BRT system.

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    SUTP Module 3c - Bus Regulation & Planning

    SUTP Module 3c - Bus Regulation & Planning

    This module provides direction to developing cities on how to break out of a low quality, high-risk, low profit, low investment spiral in which so many urban bus systems in the developing world are now caught. It introduces and outlines the concept of an annual planning cycle, and shows how developing cities can improve bus systems from the viewpoints of operators, drivers, regulators, and passengers.

    First edition: 2002.

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    SUTP Module 4b - Inspection & Maintenance and Roadworthiness

    SUTP Module 4b - Inspection & Maintenance and Roadworthiness

    This module provides advice on the types of inspection and maintenance systems appropriate for a developing country and how developing cities can implement an effective I&M system. This is essential to ensure that vehicles are properly maintained, from both an environmental (emissions) and safety (roadworthiness) perspective.

    First edition: 2002.

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    SUTP Module 4c - Two- and Three-Wheelers

    SUTP Module 4c - Two- and Three-Wheelers

    Motorcycles are a dominant form of transport in many cities, especially throughout Asia. This document describes the challenges of this trend. It also provides an overview on measures to counter the rising emissions from two-stroke two-and three-wheelers in developing cities, emphasising the experience in Asia.

    First edition: 2002.

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    SUTP Module 4e - Intelligent Transport Systems

    SUTP Module 4e - Intelligent Transport Systems

    The technologies used collectively for achieving safer, affordable and environmentally friendly transportation systems are called Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). The objective of this module is to display to decision makers the various advantages of different ITS measures and how these systems could be implemented in their cities for best outcomes.

    First edition: 2005.

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    SUTP Module 5a - Air Quality Management

    SUTP Module 5a - Air Quality Management

    This module serves to assist policy-makers and their advisers in developing countries to determine the best measures to abate air pollution with limited information. It provides advice on developing legally enforceable air quality standards and simplified clean air implementation plans. The module explains basic concepts of air pollution, sources and types of pollution, major pollutants, WHO and other standards, air quality monitoring, air quality management plans, and emissions inventories.

    First edition: 2002/2004.

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    SUTP Module 5b - Urban Road Safety

    SUTP Module 5b - Urban Road Safety

    Road traffic crashes result in around 1.3 million deaths annually. A disproportionate amount is in developing countries, with the victims often being pedestrians and cyclists. This module describes how road safety is organised at a city government level, how it is assessed (including the use of tools such as road crash diagrams), how safer road environments can be created, and the importance of public awareness, enforcement, safer vehicles, and sound financing.

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    SUTP Module 5g - Urban Transport and Health

    SUTP Module 5g - Urban Transport and Health

    The module, written by a team of World Health Organization (WHO) experts using the most up-to-date data available, illustrates the pathways through which urban transportation affects human health. It provides information about instruments to assess the health impacts – or benefits – of transport projects and policies. The Module also outlines policies for healthy transport, and shows how these can yield important co-benefits with regard to other principles of sustainable transportation (e.g. GHG mitigation).

    First edition: 2011.

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    SUTP Module 5h - Urban Transport and Energy Efficiency

    SUTP Module 5h - Urban Transport and Energy Efficiency

    The Module 5h serves as a navigator for decision makers and stakeholders, including local and national authorities, the private sector and non-governmental organisations. It provides a comprehensive overview of measures and policies designed to promote greater energy efficiency in transport, and assigns specific tasks and responsibilities to particular parties. Case studies illustrate international experiences in implementing measures to increase energy efficiency in transport.

    First edition: 2012.

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