The revised toolkit for the preparation of Comprehensive Mobility Plan (CMP) for a city. The toolkit has been prepared jointly by the Institute of Urban Transport (IUT) India, a team of researchers and consultants from premier institutions in India, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and UNEP DTU Partnership. The revision of the toolkit has been carried out under the advice of MoUD.
The current revision of the toolkit is based on experiences from the review of existing CMP implementation done by IUT & TERI, and the preparation of Low-carbon Comprehensive Mobility Plans under the UNEP project "Promoting Low Carbon Transport in India" for the cities of Rajkot, Vishakhapatnam and Udaipur. The preparation process has also involved consultation with experts (27) on the first draft on 17 October 2013 and with the city officials and other stakeholders from states (22) on 25 November 2013. Their inputs have made a valuable contribution to the revision of the toolkit.
The revised toolkit has a clear focus on climate change and sustainable development and takes forward the process of integrating the actions necessary for the transport sector as per the "National Mission on Sustainable Habitat," for which MoUD is the nodal ministry. The toolkit provides a clear guidance for integrating the inclusiveness agenda within the transport planning processes with a strong focus on integration of land use and transport bringing the CMP closer to the development plans/master plans of the city