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Online tool for cities: Sustainable Mobility Indicators calculator and mobility best practices finder
13 July 2016 @ 9:00 am
- 09:00- 09:15 Welcome Coffee
- 09:15- 09:45 Fact-based and integrated planning approach for Sustainable Urban Mobility– Results in demonstrator Cities
- 09:45– 10:15 Indicator tool: workshop and Q&A
- 10:15- 10:30 EU endorsement of the indicator tool
- 10:30- 10:45 Networking Break
- 10:45- 11:15 Bottom-Up approach: SMP2.0 results in Bangkok
- 11:15- 11:45 How can cities implement SMP ?
The participation is free; it is NOT necessary to have the World City Summit conference pass to participate to our workshop.
- Sophie Roizard, Sustainable Mobility Lead, WBCSD
- Yukata Okayama, Bangkok Sathorn Model lead and Senior Executive, Toyota Motor Thailand
- Takanori Shiina, Senior Chief Engineer, Honda Motor Corporation
- Stephan Herbst, General Manager, Toyota Motor Corporation
Moderator: Nicholas You, Director, Global Partners and Programs Guangzhou Institute for Urban Innovation
In the Sustainable Mobility Project 2.0, WBCSD and 15 of its member companies have developed a global framework to support integrated planning and implementation of urban sustainable mobility relying on a fact-based and collaborative approach. The framework has been tested in 6 cities around the world (Chengdu, Bangkok, Indore, Hamburg, Lisbon and Campinas) over the last 3 years and some of the cities utilized this methodology to develop their Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans following the federal requirements (e.g. European and Brazilian SUMPs).
We are launching our web-based tool which allows cities to calculate their performances across19 sustainable mobility indicators, identify their priority for the city mobility plan and build a targeted and integrated set of suitable mobility solutions chosen among 220 best-practices for their impact on the city priorities. The tool enables cities to identify financing options for each best-practice and includes recommendations to encourage behavioral change and to identify infrastructural or policy requirements necessary for the implementation.
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