EcoMobility gives priority to walking, cycling, public transport, and shared light electric vehicles. It promotes commute through integrated, socially inclusive, and
environmentally-friendly options without depending on privately-owned vehicles.
The EcoMobility Alliance is a network of ambitious cities, led by innovators and visionaries, supported by experts and businesses, committed to building a sustainable mobility future that is efficient, people-centered, low emission and environmentally-friendly.
The Alliance in numbers
EcoMobility Alliance Cities
partners in the Alliance
transport projects in Alliance Cities
percent of Alliance Cities have bike sharing systems
million population influenced by the Alliance
Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans
percent of Alliance Cities report their GHG emissions
percent of the Alliance Cities residents walk, cycle and use public transport
The Alliance structure
The EcoMobility Alliance is currently composed of 23 Alliance Cities and serviced by the Secretariat along with various Alliance Partners. One of the Alliance cities acts as the Alliance Chair and hosts the Chair Office, an important role for representation and coordination purposes.
the Secretariat is based in ICLEI World Secretariat, Bonn, Germany
form the core of the network and are the focus of all Alliance activities and events
hosts the Chair Office to represent EcoMobility Initiative as well as Alliance worldwide
various expert organizations and individuals in the urban transport sector
Why join the EcoMobility Alliance?
Through the EcoMobility Alliance, participants:
- Become part of a service-oriented structure focused on collective learning exercises, peer-to-peer exchanges and joint activities
- Help each other to reach self-defined goals
- Benefit from the experience and technologies offered by actors from business, user and governmental sectors
- Engage in peer-to-peer exchange through workshops and webinars, usually centered on one city or topic at a time, allowing Alliance Cities and partners to deepen their knowledge
- Participate in collaborative learning via a common program of activities, including training courses and seminars
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EcoMobility Alliance Cities
Published in December 2018
EcoMobility Alliance Report 2018
The EcoMobility Alliance seeks to encourage city-to-city knowledge exchange and drive local innovation, trusting that such activities will inspire local leaders to create an ecomobile transportation system that prioritizes walking, cycling, public transport, shared mobility and light electric vehicles.
This EcoMobility Alliance report 2018 showcases our progress so far and highlights the impressive achievements of the EcoMobility Alliance cities. All EcoMobility Alliance cities are interesting to study as they have all excelled in one way or another in creating a sustainable urban mobility system.