PARTNERS & LINKS
This page contains brief information and website links to our partners (listed under partners) and to other organisations with complimentary goals and activities (listed under links). If you would like to recommend your organisation to be listed here under links, please contact us.
The FIA Foundation is an independent UK registered charity which manages and supports an international programme of activities promoting road safety, environmental protection and sustainable mobility, as well as funding specialist motor sportsafety research.
The Road Safety Fund has been established to support the implementation of the United Nations' Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020. By directing funds from a range of donors, the Road Safety Fund supports road injury prevention programmes in countries and communities working to defeat this growing epidemic of road death and injury.
The United Nations Human Settlements Programme, UN-HABITAT, is the United Nations agency for human settlements. It is mandated by the UN General Assembly to promote socially and environmentally sustainable towns and cities with the goal of providing adequate shelter for all.
www.bamboobike.org In a business initiated by The Earth Institute at Columbia University, bamboo cargo bikes are being produced in Kumasi Ghana from locally grown bamboo at a factory owned and operated by Ghanaian personnel.
www.embarq.org The EMBARQ global network catalyzes environmentally and financially sustainable transport solutions to improve quality of life in cities.
www.greenroads.org Greenroads is a globally applicable sustainability rating system for roads and bridges that promotes environmentally responsible, low impact, and socially beneficial design and construction practices.
www.gtkp.com gTKP is the comprehensive resource centre of the International Road Federation (IRF). Functioning like an on-line library, gTKP features the latest, state-of-the-art information on road infrastructure and transport.
www.irap.net iRAP is a registered charity dedicated to improving high risk roads where pedestrians, motorcyclists, car occupants and bicyclists are killed and injured with brutal regularity.
www.irfnews.orgThe International Road Federation (IRF) is a nongovernmental, not-for-profit organization with the mission to encourage and promote development and maintenance of better, safer and more sustainable roads and road networks.
www.slocat.netThe SLoCaT Partnership is a multistakeholder partnership with over 50 members which encourages its members to implement activities which improve the knowledge on sustainable low carbon transport, help develop better policies and catalyze their implementation.
www.sutp.orgAssisting cities in planning, implementing and monitoring sustainable urban transport systems by providing policy advice, technical assistance and training/capacity building.
www.transport2012.orgBridging the Gap: Pathways for Transport in a Post 2012 process" initiative was formed to encourage international recognition that land transport should play a more important role in addressing climate change in the post 2012 agreement and to bridge the gap between this sector and climate policy.
www.vivacities.org Viva is an international non-governmental organization dedicated to creating quality public space and sociable communities through sustainable transport techniques and appropriate urban design.
www.walk21.comWalk21 is the international network of practitioners working to inspire, develop and disseminate walking programs and policies to enable more people to choose to walk.
www.worldbicyclerelief.orgWorld Bicycle Relief is dedicated to providing access to independence and livelihood through the power of bicycles.
www.africanbicyclenetwork.org African Bicycle Network is a network for and of African organisations promoting cycling. Our goal is that more African citizens can cycle and want to cycle, from more interest / social groups for more reasons and more often to fight many of Africa’s challenges.
Uvumbuzi: Uvumbuzi facilitates and engages in environmental and wildlife conservation, as well as the promotion of cycling as an active and eco friendly means of transport for leisure, better health and wealth creation/ employment.
www.fabio.or.ug First African Bicycle Information Organisation: Founded in 1997, FABIO is a NGO based out of Jinja, Uganda that works on advocacy and development projects throughout Uganda.
www.amend.orgAmend develops, implements, evaluates, and brings to scale evidence-based programs to reduce the incidence of child road traffic injury in Africa.
www.cyclingoutofpoverty.comCycling out of Poverty supports small entrepreneurs (bike4work), students (cycle2school) and health workers (bike4care) in Africa by giving access to bicycles: by making innovative bicycle designs available and providing bicycles on credit.
www.uwaba.or.tz/index-en.htmUWABA Dar es Salaam Cycling Community campaigning for better and safer conditions for cyclists in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
www.cleanairinitiative.org The Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities is a UN recognized partnership of over 220 organizations, leading efforts to promote better air quality and livable cities through knowledge, partnerships and by translating policies into actions.
www.parisar.orgParisar works on policy advocacy, public outreach and research in the area of sustainable urban transport in India in general and Pune city in particular.
www.right2walk.comThe Right to Walk is a Hyderabad based non governmental organization campaigning for pedestrian safety, while making 'Walking a Choice and not a Punishment'.
www.nycpoa.org/The New York City Pedicab Owners' Association represents responsible pedicab business owners and supporters in New York City to improve working conditions for its membership and to build and maintain relationships with key local stakeholders.
www.eltis.orgEltis is Europe's main portal on urban mobility. It provides daily news,
case studies, events, videos and a range of on-line tools and services.
www.presto-cycling.euPRESTO (Promoting Cycling for Everyone as a Daily Transport Mode), promotes competence building in cycling policies and as such offers a set of tools for technicians to create cycle friendly urban environments, to implement sound cycling plans and to start up targeted promotion campaigns.
http://www.cycling-embassy.dk/Cycling Embassy of Denmark :
The Cycling Embassy of Denmark is a comprehensive network of private companies, local authorities and non-governmental organizations working together to promote cycling and communicate cycling solutions and know-how.
http://www.dutchcycling.nl/Dutch Cycling Embassy : The Dutch Cycling Embassy promotes cycling worldwide as the most modern, efficient and sustainable means of transportation by sharing expertise and technology.
http://www.rec.org/ Regional Environmental Center:The REC promotes cooperation among governments, non-governmental organisations, businesses and other environmental stakeholders and supports the free exchange of information and public participation in environmental decision making.