23 November 2023
The CODATU Forum feedback session organised yesterday at Leonard:Paris was a resounding success! The event provided an opportunity to present […]
23 November 2023
Feedback session of the CODATU Forum "Urban Mobility in Latin America"
The CODATU Forum feedback session organised yesterday at Leonard:Paris was a resounding success! The event provided an opportunity to present […]
23 November 2023
CODATU signs 2 conventions with Institut Paris Region and GRET
François DUROVRAY, Chairman of CODATU, has signed partnership agreements with Nicolas Bauquet, Director of L’Institut Paris Region, and Luc Arnaud, […]
23 November 2023
The CODATU Business Club on 22 November 2023
The CODATU Business Club, chaired by François DUROVRAY, met on Wednesday 22 November 2023 at Leonard:Paris, in the presence of […]
23 November 2023
The CODATU Board of Directors met on Wednesday 22 November 2023
The CODATU Board of Directors, chaired by François DUROVRAY, met on Wednesday 22 November 2023 at Leonard:Paris, to discuss a […]
20 November 2023
Technical cooperation AFD-CODATU-MTC in Peru: training cycle on sustainable urban mobility
Between 26 October and 2 November, the first cycle of thematic trainings on sustainable urban mobility developed with MobiliseYourCity training […]
15 November 2023
CODATU innovates with its first practical training course on "Leaders in the modernisation of paratransit" in Madagascar
As part of the support provided by CODATU to the Malagasy authorities for the professionalisation of paratransit in Antananarivo (currently […]
25 October 2023
CODATU continues its action in Madagascar
Jean-Jacques Helluin, CODATU’s General Delegate, and Charles Rakotonirina, CODATU’s representative in Madagascar and a member of CODATU’s Board of Directors, led […]
25 October 2023
The feedback from the CODATU Bogota Forum will take place at Leonard:Paris on 22 November 2023!
Following the success of the CODATU Bogota Forum event on “Urban Mobility in Latin America” held last June, we are […]

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"Road safety management" training
This short course is designed to raise awareness among professionals who have already invested in the subject, so there are no pre-requisites. It is a hybrid course: webinars with international experts are run on a weekly basis under the aegis of a local educational coordinator. Participants carry out group work which is presented at the end of the course.
MOOC "Urban Mobility in Africa"
Distance learning, which can be delivered synchronously (by opening a session on a training platform) or asynchronously. The course videos are supplemented by teaching summaries, testimonial videos, documentary references, quizzes and discussion sessions with experts in the form of webinars as part of synchronous training systems. Since 2022, the course videos have been available with English subtitles, and the teaching summaries and bibliographical references are also available in English.
Master 2 "Transport and urban mobility in Africa"
Face-to-face teaching alternates between lectures given by teachers and experts at the Ecole Africaine des Métiers de l'Architecture et de l'Urbanisme in Lomé, and exercises and simulations. Field trips may be planned, and a work placement must be completed during the course, leading to the writing of a dissertation.
Master 2 "Transport and sustainable urban mobility"
Face-to-face teaching (and distance learning for some international teachers) alternating between lectures by teachers and experts, exercises and case studies. Field trips may be planned.
12 May 2023
Publication Xavier Godard's book on 40 years of CODATU Conferences
In 12 major questions, Xavier GODARD reminds us of the main lessons in terms of sustainable mobility in the major […]
14 December 2020
"Alternative revenue sources for urban transport : presentation and discussion on the French Mobility Tax", by Thierry Desclos, Clotilde Minster (World Bank)
  Abstract Financing urban mobility is a worldwide issue and is increasingly so as the world urbanizes. This question has […]
7 February 2020
5 years later, Kochi and the establishment of a Transport Authority
The city of Kochi (Cochin) welcomed in 2017 a first metro line of which Kochi Metro Rail Limited (KMRL), a […]
9 April 2019
[Technical Cooperation Peru] CODATU and IFEA co-authored an article!
Using references for the co-construction of knowledge: technical cooperation for urban transport in Peru The article co-authored by Jeremy Robert […]
26 March 2019
[Technical Cooperation Brazil] Our overview publication is now available!
“Transition towards a more inclusive mobility and construction of a new urban culture in Brazil” This document closes a two-year […]
7 September 2018
Practical guide for the organisation of car-free days, by CODATU
The organization of car-free days is a powerful tool in terms of raising awareness as it demonstrates our cities’ potential […]
18 July 2018
Planning urban mobility in developing countries for more energy-efficient cities : the required alliance between global objectives and local needs.
Most of cities in developing countries face the dual challenge of an extremely rapid urban transition and the energy transition. […]
19 June 2018
How to implement a new integrated system of public transport in Peru?
This document was developed with the aim of capitalizing the main progress and work done through the Technical Cooperation into […]
9 May 2018
Sexual harassment and women-only transport in Egypt
According to a UN Women report (April 2013), ninety-nine percent of women in Egypt have experienced a form of sexual […]
17 January 2018
[Publication] Why watching African streets? The case of Lome.
[Publication] Why watching African streets? The case of Lome. Fieldwork of Master II students “Transport and sustainable mobility in African […]
ANGOLA: Support for the Angolan Ministry of Transport (2022 - 2025)
ECUADOR: Support for the Ministry of Transport and Public Works of Ecuador (2018 - 2022)
ARGENTINA: Support for the Government of the City of Buenos Aires in developing its urban and sustainable mobility policy (2021 - 2024)
COLOMBIA: Support for the structuring of the Regional Transport Authority for Cali and its metropolitan area (Cauca Valley Government) 2019 - 2020
PERU (2): Support for Promovilidad (programme of the Peruvian Ministry of Transport and Communications) (2022 - 2025)
PERU (1): Support for Peru's Ministry of Transport and Communications (2016-2019)
BRAZIL: Support for the Transport Secretariats of the State of Rio de Janeiro and the State of Sao Paolo (2017 - 2020)
INDIA: Support to Kochi Metro Rail Limited (KMRL) 2015-2017
TUNISIA: Technical cooperation with the Tunisian Ministry of Transport (2016-2018 and 2019-2022)
SENEGAL: Technical assistance for capacity building and reorganisation of CETUD (2017 - 2023)