Data for Sustainable Urban Mobility: Views from Germany and the United States

Data and digital technologies can support the transition to greener and more equitable urban transportation systems.
This transatlantic project looks at how public-private data-sharing and seamless mobility across transportation modes can support cities in reaching their climate and inclusion goals – across very different regulatory systems.


Two policy papers, presented by the Eno Center for Transportation and the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, develop specific recommendations for the United States and Germany, building on current mobility trends and existing frameworks.