We are happy to share our 1st newsletter about Mobility in Mongolia in Mongolian language with you! Find a 360 ° video & photo gallery and a how-to implement the ASI approach and much more.
Organized as part of India‘s Urban Mobility India (UMI) conference, the TUMI Hackathon brought together more than 40 entrepreneurs, programmers, urban planners, civil engineers, and designers ...
A group of C40 cities are committed to designating large areas as Zero Emission Areas
Laura Ballesteros, former Undersecretary of Mobility in Mexico City, is talking about empowering women in mobility and the work she does at Mujeres en Movimiento, the Latin American Chapter of WMW.
Elsa Marie D'Silva created an app that enables women to identify sexual violence hotspots in their cities giving women the possibility to report incidents which are published on the safecity.
A podcast with an expert is always a good idea. A podcast with an expert followed by an article summing up the crucial points - is a better one! Here is one of those articles with Dr. Jörn Richert.
We spoke to Emmanuel John, a dedicated road safety and transport expert, about the state of public transport in Nigeria during the coronavirus pandemic.
Mayors and mobility planners will need to work hand-in-hand to create mobility systems centered on the needs of people. This document aims to support the development of qualified staff.
The year offers great opportunities to improve your knowledge of sustainable mobility and to network with international experts. Find an overview of webinars here:
We have compiled some inspiring Twitter accounts on cycling for you!
With our series of 360° pictures, you can experience best practice examples of urban planning & mobility in an interactive way.
With our series of 360° pictures, you can experience best practice examples of urban planning & mobility in an interactive way
With our new series of 360° pictures, you can experience best practice examples of urban planning & mobility in an interactive way.
With our new series of 360° pictures, you can experience best practice examples of urban planning & mobility in an interactive way.
Here, we compile sustainable mobility and development focused podcasts for you. Find an overview of podcasts here:
Dario Hidalgo, Senior Mobility Researcher at the World Resource Institute shares his insights on questions of mobility and justice. Read about the best-practices of accessible mobility!
Do you still believe in the most common myths about cycling such as "Cycling is dangerous" and "Cyclists don't obey traffic rules"? Well, then it't time to dispel the myths!
In most universities, studying cycling traffic is not a usual course offering for students looking to get into fields like urban planning or civil engineering, but it certainly should be!
Become part of #TUMISummer2019
With the TUMIVolt Conference we set the stage for a new global market place for electric and digital mobility.
The ShiftSaigon Hackathon by TUMI brought together local developers, transport planners, researchers and data scientists to create solutions for real-world mobility challenges in Ho Chi Minh City.
Transform Lviv together with TUMI in October 2020. We invite transport practitioners from around the world to engage with us during a unique online experience!
Happy International Women’s Day! I would like to present you this March TUMI update with some exciting news and cooperation potentials.
This April, we would like to present to you the TUMI update full of exciting news and cooperation potentials. Hope you enjoy the read!
Vote for your favorite of the three shortlisted cities in the run to host TUMISummer2020: Cape Twon, South Africa; Lviv, Ukraine and Marrakesh, Morocco.
180 international e-mobility experts charge the electric mobility future together with TUMI in Leipzig!
We would like to present you this February’s TUMI update with some exciting news and cooperation potentials.
The TUMI StartUp Accelerator supports our goal to establish smart digital mobility as a fundamental element of sustainable development worldwide. It just held its mid-term pitches.
Happy new year! We do hope that you’ve had a happy and healthy break and are looking forward to our continued cooperation. As 2021 starts rolling here are some news from our side.
Be the hosting city of the #TUMISummer School 2020! Apply from TUMI's 3rd birthday 17th Ocotber 2019 until 17th December 2019.
TUMI and VREF cooperated for the first time to hold the TUMI-MAC Shift conference in Addis Ababa that will bring research and practice on sustainable mobility closer together than ever.
You have submitted over 50 innovative ideas for the Global Urban Mobility Challenge 2019!
Together with VREF, TUMI is hosting a workshop on urban mobility and access in Sub-Saharan Africa. Researchers, decision-makers and practitioners are invited to submit their ideas.
Read our Newsletter for this Month!
The TUMI Team wishes you a happy and healthy new year 2019.
TUMIVolt offer a position as advisor for E-Mobility in Cuenca (Ecuador).
We are happy to announce the TUMI COVID Challenges!
We transform urban mobility by supporting 10 cities with up to EUR 200k for pilot projects to start a mobility transformation in your city.
TUMI - Remarkable Women in Transport Publication is online
TUMI publica la primera publicación de "Mujeres Extraordinarias en Transporte"
IsDB and TUMI Training on Sustainable Urban Mobility in Beirut, Lebanon
We are pleased to announce that our TUMIVolt partner city Lviv, Ukraine will be presented with an Honorable Mention at the 2021 Sustainable Transport Award ceremony.
The German government pledges a large investment for environmentally-friendly mobility in India in the next 5 years to replace carbon fueled vehicles with electric modes of public transport.
The E-Rickshaws Project in Singra, Bangladesh is becoming a promising response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Global Urban Mobility Challenge is running! In order for your sustainable mobility projects, ideas and approaches to become successful, we want to share some of the lessons we’ve learned thus far!
COVID Mobility Works offers the key platform to support policy making, innovation and research for more sustainable mobility action during the COVID Crisis.
The New Urban Agenda as adopted at HABITAT-III in Quito in 2016 provides a number of very relevant references to sustainable mobility, find more here:
Our Onlinecourse is not yet finished! Part two will come on 15.03.2021 and there are many things to look back in part one...
The first Open Streets Exchange between African cities in Cape Town, South Africa shall develop a stronger network between streets enthusiasts in different African cities.
The city of Rustavi seized the opportunity to promote cycling at the end of May 2020 when the City Council adopted a 10-year Cycling Strategy.
Experts and decision makers from IsDB’s member countries and partner countries of GIZ in West Africa came together to discuss how urban mobility can integrate responses to climate change.
The Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) and GIZ jointly organized their ninth training in Jakarta, Indonesia from 07.- 08. November!
Worldwide, women experience harassment on public transport. During Awareness Week, we link harassment experiences with approaches on how to foster security for all when using public transport.
The urgent need for transformative action towards sustainable mobility for all on a local, national and global level is well known, but there is a lack of implementation.
Support the Action towards Climate-friendly Transport Initiative (ACT) with #IACT to show that we need more transport action in the fight against climate change.
Within the framework of European Climate Diplomacy Week 2019, Hoi An City People’s Committee, in collaboration with the German Embassy and GIZ organized the Youth for Climate Cycling Event in Hoi An.
Action towards Climate-friendly Transport (ACT) is the largest global coalition to catalyse transport as an enabler of sustainable development in line with the 2030 Agenda and the Paris Agreement.
Coronavirus has shown that cities need village qualities. Cars should give way to people.
The Collaborative Modeling Group of COVID and Mobility in Colombia investigated how to increase the operational capacity of public transport while maintaining adequate infection control.
New study on Sustainable Electric Mobility: Building Blocks and Policy Recommendations.
Algunos hallazgos y reportes para que se nutra el debate sobre la ocupación de transporte público y se busque mayor balance entre las diferentes profesiones que tratan el Covid-19 y el transporte.
Some findings and reports so that the debate on the occupation of public transport is nourished and a greater balance is sought between the different professions that deal with Covid-19 and transport.
Since Lviv adopted its SUMP in February 2020 it has set itself on a path of creating a more people-centric city in the next decade.
Kruševac (Serbia) is the winner of the European Mobility Week Award 2019 for larger municipalities.
Through cooperation with associations of municipalities and cities, numerous local authorities from the Western Balkans laid out their sustainable urban mobility strategy.
Association of German Women Entrepreneurs, Deutsches Verkehrsforum, IHK, Berlin Partner, GIZ – Leading industry associations elect the 100 female leaders in the mobility sector.
To combat an epidemic, it is essential to avoid or reduce travel or the need to travel (especially of non-essential traffic).
The Shenzhen Bus Group’s Experience gives insight into their expereinces and response on the 2019 SARS-CoV-2 outbreak.
Recommendations for Nigeria's Public Transport Systems from Engr. Emmanuel John, Sustainable Urban Mobility Expert, Director of Administration and Strategy, Transportation Growth Initiative, Abuja.
Join the discussion on current developments in the mobility sector and what we can expect for next year with Matthew Baldwin! It takes place online on 12th of November from 11:30 to 12:30 (CET).
How Singapore Used the Avoid-Shift-Improve Framework to Create a Sustainable City.
TUMI partner KfW is supporting the Brazilian Development Bank with a credit line of 265 million Euros for updating the transport systems in two cities.
The TUMI Project ‘’Re-ciclo’’ has held a series of three workshops to support waste collectors appropriate and use the tricycles for their work.
Read the latest update of our TUMI Challenge in Fortaleza, Brazil.
TUMI's WomenMobilizeWomen has been honoured with the GIZ Gender Award 2020 for its work towards a gender-sensitive and inclusive transport sector.
In December 2018, for the first time, the climate summit will take place in Katowice. Find out about the highlights here.
Executive Programme in Sustainable Transport - Capacity Building Training Workshop for Indian officials
Over 120 participants from Latin America discuss and plan safe and sustainable cities
El uso de la bicicleta y el interés de las ciudades por adaptarse al uso de la misma experimentaron un gran auge como respuesta a la pandemia del COVID-19.
The IsDB Climate Change and the Infrastructure Divisions and GIZ conducted an internal IsDB training on “Climate Proofing of Energy and Transport Projects” in Istanbul, Turkey from 9-11 September.
GIZ International Fuel Prices – provides decision-makers with data on fuel prices on a global scale.
The theme of the course was "Building Capacity of Stakeholders towards Urban Mobility Reform in Africa".
This article presents first observations on the likely implications of the COVID-19 outbreak on longer-term impacts to our individual travel behavior and public transport.
Las primeras observaciones sobre las probables implicaciones del brote de COVID-19 en los impactos a largo plazo sobre nuestro comportamiento individual en los viajes y el transporte público.
As primeiras observações sobre as prováveis implicações do surto de COV-19 sobre os impactos a longo prazo no nosso comportamento individual de viagem e transporte público
ეს სტატია წარმოგიდგენთ პირველ დაკვირვებებს COVID-19- ის გავრცელების სავარაუდო გავლენის შესახებ ჩვენი ინდივიდუალური მოგზაურობის ქცევაზე და საზოგადოებრივი ტრანსპორტით.
Kenya’s brightly decorated minibuses, a popular form of public transport, are carrying messages and images on COVID-19 prevention around the capital.
UN-Habitat supported young artists in informal settlements in Kenya's capital Nairobi to paint murals on how to protect yourself against COVID-19.
Bu yazı, COVID-19 yayılmasının fərdi səyahət davranışımıza və ictimai nəqliyyatımıza daha uzunmüddətli təsirlərə dair ilk müşahidələri təqdim edir.
The GIZ Open Regional Fund for South-East Europe – Energy Efficiency chose the Slovenian capital Ljubljana for a study trip on urban mobility.
GIZ and WCA organize a training workshop for practitioners from city councils in the department of urban planning, transport and traffic as well as decision-makers around the world.
The C40 Cities Finance Facility (CFF) gives you an overview of their recent transport activities, hoping that it can help support other partners and projects, too!
SMART-SUT together with ARUNA started a pilot project running 50 electric rickshaws operated by women and transgender to create jobs and to support green mobility.
The project Capacity Development in the Transport Sector in Liberia has created an illustrative schoolbook for younger school students, focusing on basic traffic rules.
For the third year in a row the sustainable urban transport project supported as a knowledge partner the partner Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs to run the Urban Mobility India conference (UMI).