11th Annual Sustainable Transport Award – Nominate a city before 11th September!

11th Annual Sustainable Transport Award – Nominate a city before 11th September!
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Marion Hoyez
CODATU
Chargée de Coopération - Inde
Partner News Tuesday 1 September 2015

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Few days left to nominate a city for the 2016 Sustainable Transport Award !

The Sustainable Transport Award recognizes profound leadership, vision, and achievement in sustainable transportation and urban livability. Established in 2005, the Sustainable Transport Award has been given annually to a city that has implemented innovative sustainable transportation projects in the preceding year. These strategies improve mobility for all residents, reduce transportation greenhouse and air pollution emissions, and improve safety and access for cyclists and pedestrians. Finalists are selected by an international committee of development experts and organizations working on sustainable transport.

Winners of the STA are an elite group of international cities that continue to be leaders in the field. Spanning a range of sizes, these cities prove that through vision, bold leadership, and innovative solutions, cities can become more sustainable, equitable, and livable. The STA focuses attention on these successes, highlighting their achievements and inspiring cities around the world to implement transport solutions of their own.

Nominations will be accepted until Friday, 11 September 2015

Nominees will demonstrate innovation, leadership, and progress advancing sustainable transport, with success implementing projects across four main thematic areas: 1) Public Transport; 2) Cycling & Walking; 3) Travel Demand Management; or 4) Sustainable Urban Development.

Click here to nominate a city!

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ITDP – Institute for Transportation and Development Policy

The Institute for Transportation and Development Policy works with cities worldwide to bring about transport solutions that cut greenhouse gas emissions, reduce poverty, and improve the quality of urban life.

Cities throughout the world, primarily in developing countries, engage ITDP to provide technical advice on improving their transport systems. ITDP uses its know-how to influence policy and raise awareness globally of the role sustainable transport plays in tackling green house gas emissions, poverty and social inequality. This combination of pragmatic delivery with influencing policy and public attitudes defines our approach. Most recently, ITDP has been instrumental in designing and building the best bus rapid transit systems in the world.

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