SUTP

The Sustainable Urban Transport Project aims to assist developing world cities achieve their sustainable transport goals. It does so through trainings and capacity development, policy advice, as well as dissemination of information about international experience and good practice. The project started in March 2003. It is hosted by GIZ on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).

SUTP has published an extensive collection of sourcebooks and technical papers on issues of sustainable urban mobility.

For more information on SUTP and its resources go here.

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