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Sustainability through active mobility; Youth For Public Transport (Y4PT) wants to reward organisations that have the best policies, programmes and campaigns promoting healthy mobility choices amongst their staff and their users. The youth-led organisation welcomes any UITP member to submit their content. A jury of young professionals from the public transport sector will judge the policies and reward the top 3 programmes.
From sustainable mobility budgets and bike leasing policies to promoting walking and cycling through internal campaigns; any policy, programme or campaign can be submitted. As long as it is exclusively dedicated to promoting healthy, active or sustainable mobility.
Submit your organisations initiative now by clicking the button below. Don’t forget to include:
The three winners will receive visibility through a dedicated page on the Y4PT website, attention on social media and will be invited to join global encounters. The organisation believes that companies taking action to further sustainable mobility and promote active lifestyles deserve recognition, both globally and in their home countries.
The Healthy Mobility Challenge falls under the Walk For Nature campaign that Y4PT runs all throughout 2021. Walk For Nature aims to raise awareness on sustainable mobility, healthy lifestyle choices and climate change through small personal actions. It asks individuals to experiment with new forms of moving around for just 15 days.
Curious about the challenge? Check out the Walk For Nature page!
Youth For Public Transport (Y4PT) is an officially recognised international nonprofit non-governmental and youth-led foundation created in 2005 in Belgium by UITP, its ‘Parent Organisation’. It is sustained by the Roads and Transport Authority of the Emirate of Dubai as its ‘Honorary Founding Member’.
Y4PT encourages the active participation of young people in advocating sustainable mobility and finding transport-related opportunities worldwide. It does so by promoting the integrated use of public transport with other means of transport, striving for a greater wellbeing and increased quality of life for people worldwide.