Sustainable Mobility for All (SUM4ALL)


Name of initiative Sustainable Mobility for All (Sum4all)
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Starting year 2017
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Secretariat Sustainable Mobility for All Initiative

Emiye Gebre Egziabher Deneke The World Bank MC6-615, 1818 H Street, NW Washington, DC 20433 United States of America Email:

Organisational structure SuM4All is a global, multi-stakeholder partnership. In January 2017, representatives from over 50 organizations and agencies agreed to form a Consortium to advance action in the transport sector. This group included the multilateral development banks, United Nations agencies, bilateral donor organizations, non-governmental organizations, civil society, and academic institutions with the ambition to achieve a world in which mobility is sustainable. n interim governance arrangement was put in place to get the initiative off the ground, consisting of a Steering Committee, five open-working groups, and a Secretariat, with the following mandate:

SuM4All Steering Committee (June 2018): consists of World Bank (Secretariat); UN DESA ; International Transport Forum (ITF); IADB (Chair, MDB Working Group on Sustainable Transport); DFID; BMZ and one representative from each of the five open-ended working groups.

Open Working Groups: consists of five informal groups with open membership to all stakeholders that have a specific interest or have undertaken extensive work in the transport related SDG targets to be addressed by that working group: Access(Rural); Access(Urban); Efficiency; Safety and Green.

SuM4All Secretariat: run by the World Bank and helps shepherd the Consortium and Steering Committee forward.

Geographical coverage Global
Name of lead organisation World Bank
Type of lead organisation Financial institution
Location/Nationality of lead organisation United States of America


Description SuM4All is a global, multi-stakeholder partnership that speaks with one voice and acts collectively to implement that Sustainable Development Goals and transform the transport sector.
Objectives -Ensure everyone has access to good-quality to reduce economic and social disparities.

-Allow people and goods to move from A to quickly and seamlessly -Halve the number of global deaths and injuries from road traffic accidents -Lower the environmental footprint of the sector to combat climate change and pollution

One of the main objectives is to add coherence to international, national, and local transport policy and investment. More predictable and consistent policy will be key to attracting investment and making real change happen

Activities - Advocating for coherence between international, national and local transport policy and investment

- Supporting governments on their paths toward sustainable mobility - Leverage the financing required to implement sustainable mobility policies and investment around the globe

One or two success stories achieved

Monitoring and Impacts

Function of initiative Technical dialogue, Funding, Political dialogue
Activity of initiative Awareness raising and outreach, Knowledge dissemination and exchange, Fundraising, Advocacy, Policy planning and recommendations
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Participants Number Names
Members 61  
Companies 0
Business organisations 0
Research and educational organisations 0
Non-governmental organisations 61 Agence Française de Développement - AFD (France),  Air Transport Action Group - ATAG (Switzerland),  Asian Development Bank -ADB (Philippines),  Banco de Desarrollo de América Latina - CAF (Venezuela),  Bird (Colombia),  Clean Air Asia (Phillippines),  ClimateWorks Foundation (USA),  Department of International Development - DFID (United Kingdom),  Despacio (Colombia),  European Cyclists’ Federation - ECF (Belgium),  Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile - FIA (United Kingdom),  FIA Foundation (United Kingdom),  Institute for Transportation and Development Policy - ITDP (USA),  German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development - BMZ (Germany),  Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety (Switzerland),  Go Metro (South Africa),  Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations - IDDRI (France),  Institute for Transportation and Development Policy - ITDP (USA),  International Center for Transport Diplomacy (USA),  Inter American Development Bank - IDB (USA),  International Civil Aviation Organization - ICAO (Canada),  International Federation of Pedestrians (Netherlands),  International Energy Agency - IEA (France),  International Maritime Organization - IMO (United Kingdom),  International Road Assessment Programme (United Kingdom),  International Road Federation (Switzerland),  International Road Transport Union (Switzerland),  International Transport Forum at the OECD (France),  International Transport Workers' Federation (United Kingdom),  International Union of Railways (France),  Islamic Development Bank (Saudi Arabia),  KfW (Germany),  Paris Process on Mobility and Climate (France),  Michelin (France),  MobiliseYourCity (Belgium),  Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport - SLoCaT (China),  POLIS (Belgium),  Red Dot (USA),  REN21 (France),  UN Conference on Trade & Development - UNCTAD (USA)),  Research for Community Access Partnership (United Kingdom),  Scania (Sweden),  SE4All (Denmark),  Sustainable Transport Africa (Kenya),  Transaid (United K.),  Transformative Urban Mobility Initiative - TUMI (Germany),  UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs - UNDESA (USA),  UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (USA),  UN Economic Commission for Europe (USA),  UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (USA),  UN Human Settlements Programme (Kenya),  UN Office of the High Representative for the Least Developed Countries Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States (USA),  University of Southern California (USA),  Union Internationale des Transports Publics - UITP (Belgium),  Walk 21 (United Kingdom),  World Bank (USA),  World Bicycle Relief (Sri Lanka),  World Health Organization -WHO (Switzerland),  World Business Council for Sustainable Development (USA),  World Cycling Alliance (Belgium),  World Resources Institute - WRI (USA),  World Road Association - PIARC (France).
National states 0
Governmental actors 0
Regional / state / county actors 0
City / municipal actors 0
Intergovernmental organisations 0
Financial Institutions 0
Faith based organisations 0
Other members 0
Supporting partners 0
Number of members in the years
Have only national states as participators No


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Last update: 14 August 2020 12:59:47

Not only have national states as participators