The rest of the world... Mobility

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Maybe you have ideas and thoughts about interesting things people are doing somewhere else? We know every place has its own special needs and circumstances - please add any insights here under a "place in the world" heading.



European Platform on Mobility Management


Venice - the city of non-wheeled transportation

Venice - A city of non-wheeled transportation



Zermatt - No combustion engine vehicles allowed, to protect the air quality and view of the alps


New Zealand

South America

Enrique Penalosa

Former mayor of Bogota, is currently a consultant on urban vision and strategy and giving conferences around the world on how to make better and more liveable cities. In 2009, Peñalosa was elected President of the Board of Directors of the Institution for Transporation and Development Policy,

Penalosa says "A bikeway is a symbol that shows that a citizen on a $30 bicycle is equally important as a citizen on a $30,000 car."

ITDP's guidelines on implementation of bus rapid transit (BRT) in urban environments can be seen at:

United Kingdom


Denver, Colorado

Denver, Colorado - The introduction of bicycle rickshaws into the cityscape

See also