Our Issues

ITDP has eight offices on five continents and has worked in more than 100 cities in 30 countries. We have expertise on a number of key issues in transport and urban development, including:

Transport & Climate Change
The transport sector is one of the largest, and the fastest-growing source of CO2, and the largest source of black carbon, which is particularly damaging to respiratory health. Tackling climate change must include a fundamental rethinking of our priorities of public space and the movement of people in cities. 

Innovations in Technology & Transport
Technologies provide exciting new options for shaping the way we move around cities, but how we employ these tools can be advantageous or disastrous for our cities. With the right focus on expanding the reach of transport and reducing car ownership, we can improve access to our cities for billions.

Road Pricing
Fair pricing for road use based on demand and access is an essential tool for transport equity in our cities. Tolls, congestion pricing, and parking reform are all ways in which cities and regions can reduce traffic congestion and raise much-needed funds for improving transport. 

Sustainable Urban Development for Road Safety
ITDP works to place greater emphasis on urban design for people and non-motorized transport. ITDP can speak to proper bike lane design, the needs of pedestrians, and the importance of assuring safe and equitable transport for all.

Gender & Equity
ITDP works in cities around the world to increase access to urban spaces and transport for vulnerable populations, including women, children, the elderly, people with disabilities, and the urban poor.

Bikeshare, Dockless Bikeshare, and Scootershare
Using data from systems around the world, ITDP has evaluated what makes a successful system and can speak to bikeshare planning and design, business, and financial models, and global trends.

International Transport Policy
ITDP is an active participant in international discussions on climate and transport policy (e.g. GEF, Rio +20) and can speak to trends in the field and the importance of including sustainable transport in the global conversation.

For the Press

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October 6, 2021

Press Relase: MOBILIZE Jakarta 2021: Konferensi Transportasi Berkelanjutan Daring Merayakan Kota Jakarta

September 30, 2021

Press Release: Penandatanganan Nota Kesepahaman Antara ITDP dengan Direktorat Jenderal Perhubungan Darat Kementerian Perhubungan Republik Indonesia

August 24, 2021

Press Release: Kebijakan Mobilitas Warga Masa Pandemi untuk Siapa?

October 30, 2020

Jakarta Memenangkan Sustainable Transport Award (STA) 2021

June 14, 2020

ITDP, B2W Indonesia dan FDTJ Apresiasi Kehadiran Pop Up Bike Lane di Jakarta

January 14, 2020

Press Release: Jakarta Meraih “Honorable Mention” STA 2020

December 23, 2019

Press Release: Ketika Pemprov DKI Jakarta Menggugat Ruang Publik di Jakarta

November 20, 2019

Press Release: Sekolah Ramah Bersepeda

September 17, 2019

Press Release: Jakarta Ramah Bersepeda



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