The fifth iNUA Paper is now available in Spanish! Transit Alliances

The fifth iNUA Paper is now available in Spanish! Transit Alliances

Do you know the benefits of integrating all public transport services and modes in a city, metropolitan area or wider region into one system? This paper outlines multiple benefits by presenting a number of easy-to-implement measures as a first step towards a transit alliance and provides basic...

The fourth iNUA Paper is now available in Spanish! Enhancing Road Safety

The fourth iNUA Paper is now available in Spanish! Enhancing Road Safety

Do you know that in urban areas, especially pedestrians and cyclists are exposed to a higher risk of road accidents involving death or severe injury? The fourth SUTP iNUA implementation guide focuses on road safety as an increasing risk in the progress of urbanisation and economic growth. We...

The third iNUA Paper is now available in Spanish!

The third iNUA Paper is now available in Spanish! Gender and Urban Transport

Do you know which difference in transport needs women and men face? And that they also often have completely different mobility patterns? Our third SUTP iNUA implementation guide offers concrete tools to include gender in an integrated transport planning for policy-makers, administrations and...

New Publication: Mobility Management at Universities

New Publication: Mobility Management at Universities

The latest SUTP publication highlights the benefits of implementing Mobility Management at universities. It contributes to an increased and more sustainable mobility of students and employees in general but moreover it can also change the mindset of young leaders in the long term. This paper...

3rd TUMI Hackathon - ShiftSaigon

3rd TUMI Hackathon - ShiftSaigon

The ShiftSaigon Hackathon (Nov 23, 2018 – Nov 25, 2018) by the Transformative Urban Mobility Initiative (TUMI) brought together local developers, transport planners, researchers and data scientists to create solutions for real-world mobility challenges in the Vietnam city of Saigon. The 31...

How green is the future of mobility? The impacts of automated and connected driving on the climate and the environment

How green is the future of mobility? The impacts of automated and connected driving on the climate and the environment

Authors: Sandra Retzer, Marcel Schlobach Increased safety, an unprecedented level of comfort and a gain in personal time. These are the key promises of the global automotive industry for the future of mobility in the form of­ automated and connected driving. Less prominent in the advertising...

New Study on Public Policies for Electromobility in Urban Fleets in Brazil

New Study on Public Policies for Electromobility in Urban Fleets in Brazil

In December 2018, the study International Evaluation of Public Policies for Electromobility in Urban Fleets has been released. It contextualizes international experiences in public policies for electromobility in urban fleets in Brazil. It is available in both English and Portuguese. According to...

Framing the Third Cycling Century

Framing the Third Cycling Century - Bridging the Gap between Research and Practice

There is a tension between research and practice in the field of cycling as well as in general in environmental policy. Numerous scientific publications and knowledge do not reach the practitioners who might benefit from them. Not only was the International Cycling Conference 2017 intended to...

The SUTP Module on Transit Alliances now available in Ukrainian!

The SUTP Module on Transit Alliances now available in Ukrainian!

Transit alliances are a solution to make public mobility attractive for all - by incorporating multiple operators into one system! In many cities, both quantity and quality of public transport services are not keeping pace with population growth and social expectations. Learn more how to tackle...

TUMI Hackathon in Nagpur

TUMI Hackathon in Nagpur at the Urban Mobility India Conference (UMI)

Organized as part of the Government of India‘s Urban Mobility India (UMI) conference, the TUMI Hackathon brought together more than 40 entrepreneurs, programmers, urban planners, civil engineers, and designers for 48 hours, brainstorming, conceptualizing and coding – with the aim to develop an...