CODATU XVI Conference: call for abstracts extension deadline
until 15th of March, 2014
CODATU XVI conference will be held in Istanbul, 2-5 february 2015, in partnership with Istanbul Technical University (ITU) on the theme "Climate change, air quality and energy challenges: the role of urban transport policies and countermeasures in developing countries and emerging economies". Abstract should be submitted online before the 15th of March, 2014.
Francophone LUTP Session with French Agency for Development and World Bank
June, 1-7, 2014 - Marseille (France)
The Leaders in Urban Transport Planning (LUTP) program helps participants develop a structured way of decision making that considers the complexities of urban transport. The program uses a "hands on" learning approach that makes extensive use of case studies, group exercises, and site visits to highlight the linkages among the different components of the urban transport system.
Workshop in Vientiane (Laos): Choosing a corridor to structure public transport network
The Transport Authority of Lyon (SYTRAL), Lyon town planning agency and CODATU organize a workshop in Vientiane from 3 to 6 March 2014 in partnership with Vientiane Capital and Lao Ministry of Transport on the theme: « Choosing a first corridor to structure public transit network. Priorities and challenges for the implementation project. »
Key Elements SLoCaT Results Framework on Sustainable Transport Reflected in OWG co-Chairs' Proposals on post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda
As part of the development of a new global sustainable development agenda, the co-chairs of an UN Open Working Group (OWG) published on 21 February an initial list of 19 Focus Areas that will be discussed by the OWG in 5 negotiating sessions up to the summer before the OWG will report to the UN General Assembly in September of 2014. Transport is not a focus area in its own right but is mentioned in several of the Focus Areas.
Bridging the Gap: Transport NAMA Database and Report
Transport NAMAs covering a wide range of activities. They can be local, regional or national policies, projects or strategies - indeed any intervention, either new or existing, stand-alone or ‘bundled,’ sector specific or economy-wide, that can be shown to reduce emissions from a business as usual scenario. Read more...