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In the Sustainable Mobility Project 2.0, WBCSD has developed a globally applicable process to support cities developing integrated sustainable urban mobility plans. It is a data-driven multi-stakeholder approach with the vision to accelerate progress towards multimodal, inclusive and low-environmental impact mobility in cities.

Solutions are derived from a database of best practices, including the necessary enablers of implementation (financial mechanisms, policy, behavior etc)  Implementing trials and stakeholder engagement help to develop measures to make the solutions practical. This process has been tested in six cities worldwide (Chengdu, Bangkok, Indore, Hamburg, Lisbon and Campinas) and been greatly appreciated. Various outputs have come in addition to the tailored mobility plans such as nation-wide recommendation of filtering lanes in India, introduction of flexible working time, park and ride, shuttles sharing, traffic flow management as pilots in Bangkok, first citizen survey in Campinas in 20 years, Hamburg has expressed its will to additionally consider SMP recommendations for its Clean Air plan when further developing its policy to promote EV, PHV and Fuel Cell vehicles and buses and related services etc.

In 2016, we are communicating the outcomes of the project and defining the processes that will allow spreading the implementation of SMP2.0 methodology and use of the tools across the world.  You can contact us if you are interested in implementing SMP2.0.

Happening in our cities

Campinas rolls out a new bike lane and wide pedestrian sidewalk

During the Labour day celebration, the municipal authorities of Campinas roll out a new bike lane as well as major road maintenance on Baden Powell avenue in the Jardim Nova Europa area. Such a new bike lane, which crosses the road longitudinally and is 1.7 km long and 2.5 meters wide, is a two-way road with sidewalks on both sides to promote walking and running. It is worthwhile noting that during evening/night time the new bike lane is equipped with a photovoltaic lightening system. The Baden Powell bike lane is part of a broader cycling scheme ("Cicloviva") within the Sustainable Mobility Plan of Campinas municipality.

Em dia de festa em comemoração ao Dia do Trabalho a Administração municipal entregou as obras de construção da ciclovia e recapeamento asfáltico da Avenida Baden Powell, no Jardim Nova Europa.A Ciclovia Baden Powell, com 1,7 km de extensão e 2,5 metros de largura, foi construída no canteiro central da avenida. É uma ciclovia bidirecional e ao lado foi construído passeio para a prática de caminhadas. A ciclovia recebeu iluminação fotovoltaica e lixeiras. Os investimentos foram da ordem de R$ 411 mil. A ciclovia integra o projeto “Cicloviva” que faz parte do Plano de Mobilidade Sustentável da Prefeitura de Campinas.


Hamburg

Title: European launch of Toyota’s Fuel Cell Vehicle in Hamburg, one of the SMP demonstrator cities

Date: October 2015

One of the selected solutions of Hamburg was the support and improved framework conditions for alternative powered cars such as electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids and fuel cell vehicles. This video shows the commitment of the city and the favourable framework conditions for fuel cell technology in Hamburg.


Indore

Deployment of Right/Left turn filtering lanes suggested for Indore by WBCSD is recommended nation-wide. See more

Translated title” Wherever you want to go, you will get Public Transport
Sub Headline: One shall get the Cycles (IBike) and rental two wheeler (IRide) to reach destination
Based on the recommendations from WBCSD report and meetings with the city, Indore city administration and city Bus Company have taken the initiative to provide integrated public transport for each individual. Connectivity of between transport modes will be ensured from first to last mile. Initiatives such as allowing bicycles on buses, bike sharing, 2-wheelers rental, BRT and mini-buses will be part of the public transport system. A tender has been launched and the integrated mobility network will be fully deployed in 4 years. All national level newspapers are covering our reporting for city's development. See more

An integrated smart card will be launched. It will allow to integrate ticketing across all modes public transportation modes. See more

SMP 2.0 Process

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Indicators

 

SMP2.0 has developed a set of indicators to support cities measuring their  sustainable mobility performances. The Sustainable Mobility Indicators provide cities with a practical tool to constitute a fact-based and holistic diagnosis of their mobility system, monitor its evolution over time and evaluate the impact of selected solutions.

An online calculation tool combined with a solution finder is being developed and will be available online by the summer.

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SMP2.0 Final Report – Integrated Sustainable Mobility in Cities, a practical guide
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Sustainable Urban Mobility Report | Hamburg
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Sustainable Urban Mobility | Indore Project Report
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SMP2.0 Sustainable Mobility Indicators – 2nd Edition
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Financing Mechanisms for Sustainable Mobility-SMP2.0
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