Welcome to the Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP)
GIZ SUTP will deliver two one-day training courses on September 10, 2014 in Buenos Aires (in cooperation with AHK Argentina) as well as on September 12, 2014 in Santiago de Chile (in cooperation with CamChal and MINVU (Ministry of Housing)).
The one-day training courses 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. The courses will also provide tools to evaluate projects where urban transport and urban development planning can be integrated. The course programs as well as information on how to register can be downloaded here:
Buenos Aires, September 10: Click here
Santiago de Chile, September 12: Click here
We cordially invite you to join our next SUTP-webinar on September, 25. Urban mobility plans like Windhoek’s Sustainable Urban Transport Master Plan (SUTMP) expanded the scope of traditional planning processes by strategically focusing on overarching policy goals as well as on the factual mobility needs of all population groups. The webinar will give insights into strategy and objectives as well as into the development process of the SUTMP Windhoek. It will be conducted by Gregor Schmorl, Michael Engelskirchen (GIZ Namibia) and a representative of the city of Windhoek (enquired).
The webinar addresses local decision-makers and planners, representatives from all levels of government, and agencies interested in learning about how to strategically advance sustainable mobility in urban areas.
Thursday, 25 September 2014,
05:00-06:00 Bogotá, Lima, Quito (UTC-5)
11:00-12:00 Windhoek, London (UTC+1)
18:00-19:00 Singapore, Beijing (UTC+8).
You’ll find all information and further course offers on the new Capacity-Building platform CAPSUT: http://capsut.org/events/the-sustainable-urban-transport-master-plan-of-windhoek-namibia/
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