Institute for Transportation and Development Policy

For General Operating Support

  • Amount
    $2,250,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    2/8/2017
  • Term
    24 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Organization
Strategies
Overview
The Institute’s mission is to design and implement high-quality transport systems and policy solutions that make cities around the world more livable, equitable, and sustainable. The Institute works to scale up sound urban planning policies for cities in India, China, Latin America, and Africa, in ways that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and advance economic development and quality of life. One of its global priorities is the Mobility Analytics Partnership, a set of metrics for governments, institutions, and non-governmental organizations to track the commitments for transport within the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals.
About the Grantee
Grantee Website
www.itdp.org/ 
Address
9 East 19th Street
7th Floor
New York, NY 10003
Grants to this Grantee
for advancing electrification in urban transport  
The Institute for Transportation & Development Policy promotes enviornmentally sustainable and socially equitable transportation in cities worldwide. With this grant, ITDP will make progress toward its goal of replacing high-carbon personal vehicles with low-carbon, shared and electric vehicles. Specifically, ITDP will work with cities to electrify buses, informal transit and shared micromobility in China and India. The lessons from this work will serve to inform the development of a global electric bus policy and implementation guidebook.
for general operating support  
ITDP's mission is to promote environmentally sustainable and socially equitable transportation in cities worldwide. ITDP is a global organization that works locally, in dozens of cities worldwide, while also serving as a global platform to share best practices. The organization aims to mitigate greenhouse gas emission from transportation by reducing demand for vehicle miles traveled and by shifting demand to less carbon-intensive modes like public transit, cycling, walking and microtransit.

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