Three-Day Training Session on Developing Low Carbon Comprehensive Mobility Plans, 11-13 April, 2012, New Delhi, India

Low Carbon Comprehensive Mobility Plans (LCMPs) were the focus of a capacity building training session that took place at the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi, from 11-13 April, 2012. Generating LCMPs is a process that involves several steps, and follows a methodology developed by project partners at a previous workshop. The training session was designed to familiarise stakeholders with the LCMP approach.

Consultants and officials from cities participating in the project were invited to attend, as were others not directly associated with the process. A wide range of topics were discussed during the training, which was led by project partners and international experts.

The first day included a high-level stakeholder dialogue session with the Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD), national policy makers, and city commissioners. Presentations were made on both financial and technical aspects, illustrated with examples from around the world.

The second and third day included training on the LCMP methodology. During both days, consultants and representatives of participating cities were encouraged to share their experiences.


11 April 2012
Inaugural Session

  • Inauguration
    Dr. Sudhir Krishna, Ministry of Urban Development, GoI

Session II: Initiatives within Cities

  • Presentation from Rajkot
    Ms. Alphana Mitra, IAS

Session III: Overview of LCMP Approach

Session IV: Financing for Low Carbon Transport Projects

12 April 2012
Session I: Module 0 CMP Approach

Session II: Module 1 City Level Indicators for Low Carbon Mobility

Session III: Module 2 City Level Indicators for Low Carbon Mobility

13 April 2012
Session I: Module 3 Developing Scenarios

Session II: Module 4 Technology Strategies for Low Carbon Mobility

Session III: Module 5 Prioritization of Technologies and Integrating Climate Considerations

In Focus

Special Issue: Energy Policies for Low Carbon Sustainable Transport in Asia

Key Project Interventions