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Transformando la Movilidad Urbana: Componentes de la Planeación del Transporte para Ciudades Sostenibles

Descubre cómo los diferentes tipos de transporte público se pueden emplear para hacer el transporte urbano más sostenible.

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Transformando la Movilidad Urbana: Componentes de la Planeación del Transporte para Ciudades Sostenibles

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Descubre cómo el transporte urbano se puede hacer más sostenible

Los buenos sistemas y proyectos de transporte son fundamentales para el desarrollo de ciudades ecológicamente sostenibles y socialmente inclusivas. En este curso, estudiarás el enfoque “Evitar-Cambiar-Mejorar” (ECM) – en particular las dimensiones “Cambiar” y “Mejorar” – como componentes clave de una estrategia de movilidad urbana sostenible.

Aprende por qué las ciudades sostenibles son importantes

A medida que crecen las ciudades, las y los planificadores urbanos y de transporte tienen que identificar cómo reducir las emisiones en un paisaje urbano todavía dominado por el automóvil.

Es crucial crear sistemas de transporte que fomenten comportamientos de viaje sostenibles. Aprenderás a mejorar el transporte público, los desplazamientos a pie y en bicicleta y a mejorar el impacto ambiental de los vehículos.

Explora el futuro de la movilidad urbana

Examinarás algunos de los componentes clave de la movilidad urbana sostenible, incluidas las medidas de gestión de la demanda de transporte y los diferentes tipos de transporte público, como el metro, el tranvía, el tránsito rápido de autobuses, el teleférico y otros medios de viaje.

Comprende la gestión de tráfico y el diseño del paisaje urbano

Considerarás el papel de la movilidad activa y el diseño del paisaje urbano y el potencial de las tecnologías de los vehículos para mejorar el impacto medioambiental.

Por último, serás capaz de identificar cómo la toma de decisiones eficaz y los procesos participativos nos ayudan a desarrollar estrategias de transporte innovadoras.

What topics will you cover?

¿Qué temas se abordarán?

  • Gestión de la demanda de viajes
  • Transporte público
  • Caminar, espacios públicos y andar en bicicleta
  • Vehículos de bajas emisiones
  • Procesos de toma de decisiones y participación.

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You can take this self-guided course and learn at your own pace. On every step of the course you can meet other learners, share your ideas and join in with active discussions in the comments.

What will you achieve?

By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to...

  • Explorar las medidas de gestión de la demanda de tráfico
  • Explorar diferentes tipos de transporte público como el metro, el tranvía, el tránsito rápido de autobuses, el teleférico y otros medios de viaje
  • Discutir el papel de la movilidad activa y el diseño del paisaje urbano
  • Resumir el potencial de las tecnologías de los vehículos para mejorar el impacto medioambiental
  • Evaluar la eficiencia de los procesos de toma de decisiones y de participación para desarrollar estrategias de transporte innovadoras

Who is the course for?

¿Para quién es el curso?

El curso resulta más adecuado para las y los profesionales del ámbito de transporte y planeación urbana en el Sur Global y el Norte Global, incluida África, Latinoamérica y Asia.
Esto incluye a académicos, investigadores, estudiantes y aquellos que trabajan con autoridades municipales y nacionales, empresas de consultoría y a la sociedad civil.
Tendrá un interés más amplio para otras partes interesadas y miembros del público, incluso para los del Norte Global. De hecho, será de interés para cualquiera que esté interesado en comprender cómo la movilidad urbana sostenible puede apoyar la planificación de grandes ciudades.

What software or tools do you need?

Este curso es la continuación de “Transformando la Movilidad Urbana: Introducción a la Planeación del Transporte para Ciudades Sostenibles”. Recomendamos completar ese curso antes de este.

Who will you learn with?

Professor at the Bartlett School of Planning, UCL, and Director of the MSc in Transport & City Planning at UCL.

Beatriz is Postdoctoral Researcher at CEDEUS and the BRT+ Centre of Excellence, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile. She got her PhD at the Bartlett School of Planning, University College London.

Alvaro Motta es Asesor Junior en el programa EUROCLIMA+ en la GIZ.

Rabea Schmecht es practicante en el programa EUROCLIMA+ en la GIZ, apoyando el componente de la movilidad urbana.

Project Coordinator at the Sustainable Mobility Division of Asociación Sustentar (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Civil engineer with a Master of Urban Planning.

Project Coordinator at Asociación Sustentar (Argentina), taking part of the Sustainable Mobility Division. Industrial engineer with a Postgraduate Course on Environment and Sustainable Development.

Transport Planner and Adivsor at the Transformative Urban Mobility Initiative (TUMI) at GIZ.

Who developed the course?

UCL (University College London)

UCL was founded in 1826. It was the first English university established after Oxford and Cambridge, and the first to open up university education to those previously excluded from it.

GIZ

We develop tailor-made solutions to challenging problems for our clients. As a competent service provider, GIZ supports the German Government in achieving its objectives.

Transforming Urban Mobility Initiative (TUMI)

TUMI is the leading global implementation initiative on sustainable mobility formed through the union of 11 prestigious partners. TUMI supports transport projects all around the world and enables policy makers to transform urban mobility. We believe in sustainable mobility for a better future.

Euroclima+

EUROCLIMA+ is the EU flagship cooperation programme on environmental sustainability and climate change with the Latin American region. Its objective is to reduce the impact of climate change and its effects in Latin America by fostering climate mitigation, adaptation, resilience and investment.

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