Tbilisi City Hall, in collaboration with the German Development Bank, is set to implement a new project called “Sustainable Urban Mobility in Tbilisi.” The project’s objective is to promote the sustainable development of the capital’s urban transport system and infrastructure.
The Transport and Urban Development Agency of Tbilisi City Hall will present the project, with the participation of Deputy Mayor Andria Basilaya, representatives from the German Development Bank, various government bodies, and donor organizations.
Over a span of five years, “Sustainable Urban Mobility in Tbilisi” will focus on enhancing the city’s transport infrastructure, relevant services, and ensuring the safety of passengers while also improving the ecological situation. The project will employ an integrated multidisciplinary approach to create a sustainable and environmentally-friendly transport network. It will incorporate smart (ITS) systems to enhance passenger safety and improve traffic flow, public transport management, and traffic light control.
Furthermore, the project will expand the eco-transport network, establishing a comprehensive system of bus lanes and safe spaces for pedestrians and cyclists. These measures aim to significantly reduce air pollution and emissions caused by transportation, while also promoting a healthier lifestyle.
Supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (DKTI), “Sustainable Urban Mobility in Tbilisi” strives for effective transformation and management of the city’s transport infrastructure.
The management and consulting services for this five-year project are provided by GOPA Infra Consultants GmbH, ILF Consulting Engineers Austria GmbH, Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) GmbH, A+S Consult GmbH, ILF Consulting Engineers Georgia GmbH, and Caucasus Consulting Group (CCG) LLC.