Engage 100 cities in developing countries by 2020 in integrated sustainable urban mobility policies
List of participants will be added in due course
Cooperation For Urban Mobility In the Developing World (CODATU)
The overall goal for 2020 is to develop comprehensive national frameworks and SUMPs in at least 100 developing cities and 20 countries
These efforts to plan sustainable urban mobility should lead to at least a 50% reduction of urban transport related GHG emissions in cities by 2050.
A wide Community of Practice will be created to exchange lessons learned and further improve planning approaches. Regional workshops will be organised to share best practices and city-to-city cooperation will be fostered.
Roadmap and work plan
3 main workstreams: 1) Strengthening cities in their ambition to developing sustainable urban transport by implementing National Urban Mobility Policies (NUMP) including development of NAMAs, 2) Taking consolidated action at local level by developing Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMP), 3) Establish solid financing schemes in order to secure the sustainability of resources allocated to urban mobility.
In 2016, MobiliseYourCity plans to raise 20 to 30 million Euros and work with three cities in India as well as in Morocco, Tunisia, Senegal, and Cameroon to assess the initiative in these countries.
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