SuM4All Booth Expo
World Bank HQ
The Sustainable Mobility for All initiative joined hands with the World Bank’s Global Road Safety Facility, the General Services Department and the Africa Transport Policy Program to showcase the work that they do to promote sustainable mobility.
Visitors had the opportunity to test drive a smart car, learn more about bike sharing opportunities, interact directly with high ranking figures in the transport sector and even find out what their own carbon foot print is.
The Sustainable Mobility for All Booth had over 100 visitors, out of which two thirds of them participated in an interactive quiz from which they learned about some of the key highlights of the 2017 Global Mobility Report issued by the Sustainable Mobility for All initiative. Visitors also shared what sustainable mobility meant for them via a short video clip and by writing on an interactive wall found on the booth.
A bike drive was also organized with the help of Bikes of the World, a local non-profit organization that looks to make quality used bicycles and parts affordable and available to lower income people in developing countries to enhance their lives and livelihoods through better transport. Several World Bank staff and others donated their used bicycles.