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Winners of the Challenge 2019 will be announced at the International Transport Forum in May 2019!
Cities in developing countries and emerging economies face bigger challenges than ever before. Innovation is no longer optional; it is necessary so cities can continue to deliver results and improve life of their residents.
With the Global Urban Mobility Challenge we support up to 10 cities with up to EUR 200k for your pilot project to start a mobility transformation in your city. The 2019 TUMI Global Urban Mobility Challenge, sponsored by BMZ is an initiative to support local leaders in their mobility transformation efforts.
Innovative ideas to enable improved and sustainable logistics.
Projects enabeling new collaborations of stakeholders.
Projects enabling active mobility through tactical urbanism.
Innovative pilot projects leveraging electrified mobility.
Kickoff (October, 17th 2018)
The TUMI partners kick off the second Global Urban Mobility Challenge at TUMIs second birthday on October, 17th 2018.
Project preparation (October until December 2018)
The applicant cities prepare the project in collaboration with a TUMI partner.
Finalization of Application (Mid-December until December 21st, 2018)
The applicant cities finalize the submissions.
Submission deadline: December 21st, 2018
Jury Sessions (February 2019)
A jury consisting of one representative per TUMI partner selects the most promising projects.
International Transport Forum (May 2019)
The winners will be presented at the International Transport Forum in May 2019.
Addis Ababa City Government Transport Program's Management Office
More safety in public spaces and transport for women
A catalyst for non-motorized transport
Improving Chennai's street design
The "DAR City Navigator"
Shared transport system with 25 e-tricycles for transport of goods
First steps towards shared mobility
Supporting start-ups in the field of sustainable mobility
A public transport and health service for Singra
The Lagos Sidewalk Challenge