EcoMobility must be a key consideration when planning low carbon, healthy, inclusive and livable cities. Ecomobility gives priority to walking, cycling, wheeling, public transport and shared mobility employing nonmotorize and small electric vehicles.
The EcoMobility Alliance seeks to intensify city to city knowledge exchange, inspiring local leaders to make public transport safer,create public spaces, and increase safety for e.g. cyclists. By facilitating peer-to-peer learning, the Alliance allows cities to help each other and accelerate change.
The 2017 EcoMobility Alliance Report which contains the most recent information on ecomobility efforts within our initiative. The document highlights key achievements of the EcoMobility Alliance, progress made, and plans for the future.