CODATU: Agir pour une mobilité soutenable dans les villes en développement
 Newsletter #30 TUESday 12 January 2016

Enjoy 2016 ... "Station to Station"!

[Event] Development of Mass Transit in Indian Cities

Tuesday 19th January, 5-7pm, Lyon (France)

CODATU will take advantage of the visit of an indian delegation in Lyon to organize the 5th Discussion Session on Urban Mobility in India. CODATU, ALSTOM and KMRL (Kochi Metro) will share their views and experiences of the development of urban transport in India. Register now!

Register now!


[Event] 2016 Sustainable Transport Award in Washington D.C

Tuesday 12th January, Washington D.C (USA)

CODATU will be part of  the 2016 STA which recognizes cities that are demonstrating profound leadership in advancing sustainable urban life. Read the success stories of the three finalists: Rosario, Argentina; Moscow, Russia; Yichang, China.



[Event] Urban Thinkers Campus

20th-21st January, Paris(France)

As part of the preparation of Habitat III, the Network of the French Urban Planning Agencies (FNAU), the Paris Region Planning and Development Agency (IAU Île-de-France) and the French Alliance for Cities and Territorial Development (PFVT) organize on the 20th and 21st January 2016 an Urban Thinkers Campus in Paris.


[Call for Applications] Master in Transport and Mobility in African Cities in Lomé (Togo)

Deadline - 15th March, 2016

For the second year, CODATU, Senghor University and CNAM offer a one-year training (Master 2) for those who wish to specialize in Transport and mobility planning in African cities. 

Apply now!


[Training] Register for LUTP Training - Francophone Session

 2nd to 7th May 2016, Dakar (Senegal)

The next LUTP training (Leaders in Urban Transport Planning), providing capacity building to the local Urban Transport decision makers, will be held for the first time in a Subsaharian Africa and is organized jointly by AFD, World Bank and CETUD (Dakar Urban Transport Council).

Read more...(in french)


[Minutes] Middle East Cities at the Dawn of a Sustainable Spring?

18th November 2015, Lyon (France)

Minutes of the discussion session with Eric Verdeil, CNRS researcher, Didier Boudon, project director at Egis Rail about sustainable development in Middle East Cities.



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