About MobiliseYourCity


What is MobiliseYourCity?

Launched at COP21 in Paris, the MobiliseYourCity Partnership is a leading global Partnership for sustainable mobility of nearly 100 partners, including 69 member cities and 15 member countries. It supports strategic, participatory planning and project preparation as a key instrument to enable countries and cities build sustainable urban mobility systems, and thereby green cities in the Global South.

Core Methodologies

We provide decision-makers and mobility practitioners in the Global South with a comprehensive methodology that highlights both the benefits and purposes of sustainable mobility planning and, most importantly, that guides them through a highly practical and tested planning process that is ready to be used in every context.
MobiliseYourCity methodology is openly accessible and easy to use and comprises a list of documents that provide concise information and guidance about mobility planning, MRV, emissions calculations and a lot more.



The MobiliseYourCity Partnership is jointly co-financed by the European Commission's Directorate-General for International Partnerships (DG INTPA), the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Nuclear Safety and Consumer Protection (BMUV), the Agence Française de Développement (AFD), the French Facility for Global Environment (FFEM), and the French Ministry of Ecological Transition (MTE). The Partnership is implemented by AFD, GIZ, ADEME, Cerema, CODATU, EBRD, KFW, and Wuppertal Institute.
By leveraging the unique core competencies of a wide range of organizations, we act as a knowledge hub and collaborate to generate solutions that exceed what we could do alone, helping make lasting positive change possible.

City and Country Members

Trainings and Events

Sep 05 2023

Vinculando la planeación urbana y de movilidad

Aug 22 2023

Conducir una evaluación financiera en movilidad urbana

Aug 08 2023

Introducción a modos activos ¿qué son y cómo diagnosticarlos?

Jul 25 2023

Introducción al concepto de género en la planeación de la movilidad urbana

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