The Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace will cooperate in developing a 2012 symposium on national urban transport policy and financing and disseminating the results of this through a synthesis document and follow up workshops and public forums in key countries in 2013. This will focus on common challenges faced by many countries that are striving to enable more effective implementation of results-based infrastructure investment and system management. As a result of this commitment, ITDP hopes at least four governments will adopt, update, or revise national policies to support sustainable transport by 2015.
Organizations making the commitment: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP), Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
“Non-governmental organizations like ITDP have been most active and helpful in building capacity to implement Mexico’s national urban transport program.”
Carlos Mier y Teran, Coordinator, Mass Transit Program, FONADIN (Mexican Development Bank)
For the original text of the ITDP’s Voluntary Commitment to Results-Based National Urban Transport, please see Results-Based National Urban Transport Policy and Finance
See 1st Status Report-Results-Based National Urban Transport Policy and Finance to learn more on the implementation of this Voluntary Commitment.