Geförderte Partnerschaften für Kommunen aus Deutschland und lateinamerikanischen Ländern


Das Projekt "Kommunale Nachhaltigkeitspartnerschaften" der Servicestelle Kommunen in der Einen Welt (SKEW) startet im Jahr 2020 in die zweite Phase!

Utrecht: Planning for People & Bikes, Not for Cars


Dutch city of Utrecht, which is successively banning cars from its city centre and expanding its bicycle infrastructure instead.

What Chile’s Protests Reveal About the Country’s Transport Inequalities


The difficulties in Santiago show the importance of considering equity and access for all in urban planning - by Darío Hidalgo in The CityFix

Everything You Need to Know About the Fastest-Growing Source of Global Emissions: Transport


People and goods are on the move faster and farther than ever. Transport, in fact, eats up a significant portion of our carbon budget.

Innovative ideas for global urban mobility


The Transformative Urban Mobility Initiative has launched a video that highlights the winning projects of the Global Mobility Challenge.

Citizen scientists measure air pollution in Nairobi


Air pollution in Kenya’s capital is on the rise, and there is no escape from it. In an effort to measure this, UN-Habitat’s Urban Pathways project partnered with the University of Nairobi’s Maker...

A cyclist's guide to biking the city – a cartoon


Urban cycling is good for health, the wallet and the environment – but is still not without its risks - an illustration by Dave Walker published in the Guardian.

TUMI’s 5 principles to empower women in transport


The newly released poster of the Transformative Urban Mobility Initiative illustrates women's needs in the public transportation sector.