On this page, you will find case studies on the way mobility is being planned in various southern countries, Amman (Jordan), Sfax (Tunisia), Cap Town (South Africa), and how their potential evolution towards sustainable mobility. More case studies will regularly be updated on this page thanks to involvment of cities in MobiliseYourCity Initiative.
[Event] National Days for Urban Transport in Amman (Jordan)
26th-28th October 2015, Amman (Jordan)
CODATU has actively contributed to the organization of this event and will be participating to various sessions; the ultimate objective being to agree on a Roadmap for a sustainable urban mobility in Jordanian cities.
[Event] CODATU Round-table during the French National Congress on Public Transport
30th September-2nd October 2015, Lyon (France)
On 1st of October, during the French National Congress on Public Transport, CODATU will organize a round-table on the following topic: "International cooperation: is it possible to accelerate the transition towards sustainable mobility in developing countries?" in presence of transport experts who will share their experience of Morocco, India and Tunisia.
[Article] 2nd CODATU Workshop in Kochi: "A mass transit project: an opportunity for the urban development of a city"
30th May - 3rd June 2015, Kochi (India)
Within the framework of the Technical Partnership between SYTRAL (Transport Authority of Lyon) and KMRL (Kochi Metro Rail Limited), CODATU organized a second workshop with Lyon Town Planning Agency to highlight to opportunity of a metro to redesign the city of Kochi.
You can now read the conclusions and findings of this participatory seminar on how to finance and integrate urban transport networks in the Indonesien context, with a special focus on community involvment, international cooperation and PPP models.
This year, Johannesburg will show the way to eco-friendly transport! For one month, the residents of Sandton will experience an automobile-free lifestyle and will benefit from a sustainable urban transport system.
[Event] AdP Seminar to discuss the future of Urban Fringe in developing cities
18th September 2015, Paris (France)
The french organization "AdP - Developing Cities" is organizing a seminar in order to study and discuss the challenges urban fringe of developing cities are currently facing, and how to contain this development.
The ITS Congress and Exhibition is the world’s largest event in intelligent transport systems and services. This year, the congress will focus on how ITS can contribute to a more intelligent mobility and a better use of space.
29th November - 3rd December 2015, Johannesburg (South Africa)
Organized regularly every three years, by United Cities and Local Governments of Africa (UCLG Africa), the event has become a distinguished opportunity for the evaluation of the implementation of decentralization policies in Africa. This year, its central team will be: "Shaping the future of Africa with the people: the contribution of African local authorities to Agenda 2063 of the African Union".