[Publication] "Paratransit, a key component in a dual system"
This publication endeavours to characterise the different business models of paratransit. This document was conducted under the supervision of the Agence Française de Développement (AFD), illustrated in specific examples of cities with highly contrasted realities.
[Event] CODATU at the 36th meeting of Town Planning Agencies
19-21 October 2015, Lyon (France)
CODATU will participate to the round-table on Tuesday 20th where the way to ensure integrated urban policies, articulating strong public prerogatives and individual initiatives will be discussed, along with the role of Paratransit as an alternative to Institutionnal Public Transport.
[Event] National Days for Urban Transport in Amman (Jordan)
26th-28th October 2015, Amman (Jordan)
Organized within the framework of Sustainable Urban Transport Programme of the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) and EUROMED RRU, this event aims to define a Roadmap for a sustainable urban mobility in Jordanian cities.
CODATU was part of the Ecomobility Dialogues and helped in finalizing the Johannesburg Declaration on Ecomobility. CODATU also insisted on the importance of sustainable urban planning policies and introduced MobiliseYourCity Initiative.
[Article] CIVITAS annual conference: CODATU discusses the future of Paratransit
7-9 October 2015, Ljubljana (Slovenia)
CODATU participated to the workshop on "Sustainable urban mobility experiences beyond Europe" by focusing on the future of shared taxis and paratransit in developing countries. Heated debates followed the presentation.
Experts from around the globe will share insights and expertise on how to step ahead in urban development and on how to be a walkable city. CEREMA will introduce the walk plan of Plaine Commune (France).
29th November - 3rd December 2015, Johannesburg (South Africa)
Organized regularly every three years, by United Cities and Local Governments of Africa (UCLG Africa), the event has become a distinguished opportunity for the evaluation of the implementation of decentralization policies in Africa. This year, its central team will be: "Shaping the future of Africa with the people: the contribution of African local authorities to Agenda 2063 of the African Union".