Advocacy & Outreach

Grow your influence with UITP

As one of its three missions, UITP engages with decision makers, international organisations and other key stakeholders to promote and defend public transport and sustainable mobility solutions.

In order to secure a supportive policy and business environment for public transport, UITP promotes the idea that public transport should play a major role in any urban mobility policy. By highlighting its benefits beyond the mobility sphere, UITP also promotes public transport within the wider policy framework.  

Advocacy activities support UITP’s strategy for public transport by aligning stakeholders outside the public transport sector with the strategy objectives. Read more...
 

Advocacy targets

The targets of UITP’s advocacy activities include: decision makers in local and national governments (in urban planning, transport, finance, health); European institutions, the business community and urban visionaries (such as planners, architects, journalists).

UITP employs two methods to get its message across. Firstly, by developing advocacy tools to provide its members with messages and evidence that they can use for their own advocacy activities. Secondly, by engaging with relevant international forums - where advocacy targets can be addressed collectively – to ensure public transport-related issues are at the top of international agendas.

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Events

4th Y4PT Global Transport Hackathon Dubai 2020
10/04/2020 > 16/04/2020
Other
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
5th Y4PT Global Transport Hackathon Melbourne 2021
06/06/2021 > 12/06/2021
Other
Melbourne, Australia

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