SITCIN finalized in 2021

The year 2021 marked the end of the 3-year UNDA funded project, entitled “Sustainable transport connectivity and implementation of transport related SDGs in selected landlocked and transit/bridging countries”. The project was launched in September 2018 and has resulted in 215 Sustainable Inland Transport Connectivity Indicators (SITCIN ) indicators covering, road, rail, inland waterway and the […]

Trainings for LLDCs and transit countries

This year UN-OHRLLS gave two virtual trainings for policy makers from Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDCs) and transit countries. The first one was on Strengthening Capacity to Develop Bankable Transport Infrastructure Projects for Enhanced Connectivity, took place on 6-8 April 2021 for the Africa and Latin America regions and on 18-20 May 2021 for the Asia and Europe […]

The launch of our new logo & website

We are thrilled to announce that our brand-new logo and refreshed website is live. We have redesigned our website with you in mind and to showcase our commitments and contributions to sustainable mobility. Our goal is to provide our visitors with an easier way to navigate our website and to learn about Fimotions’ services and […]

Motorcycle taxis finally regulated

Last week, the Indonesia Ministry of Transport finally released the first regulation on motorcycle taxis in Indonesia since their introduction nearly a decade ago. Currently there are two operators of such a service in Indonesia: Go-Jek (Indonesian) and Grab (Singaporean). We wrote about Go-Jek and its ancillary services in this blog, and suggested that the […]

Second generation of shared mobility

At the 2018 Polis Conference, Angelo Meuleman from Taxistop gave an interesting presentation about the second generation of shared mobility. His story began with the findings of a 2017 PwC study that found that by 2030, Europe’s transport sector will require 80 million fewer cars it has than today. That’s a decrease from 280 million […]