Integrated urban planning, a participatory, agile management process, advances a city's ability to work across agencies, jurisdictions and sectors to solve key planning and environmental challenges while maximizing efficiencies. Integrated urban planning can be implemented at various scales, such as across municipal boundaries, city-region or watershed-level, and in collaboration with national governments. This collaborative process aims to engage stakeholders that have not traditionally been involved in urban planning - the private sector, citizen groups and marginalized communities - producing innovative solutions to interconnected challenges. Core integrated urban planning components include setting a vision and baseline, integration, co-production, negotiation, valuing co-benefits, implementation and budgeting, and monitoring and evaluation.
Integrated Urban Planning
Financing Sustainable Mobility as a Road to Urban Integration
Launched in 2017, Circuito Sur is a sustainable mobility project in Mérida, Mexico that aims to connect the city's underserved southern areas with the center, representing the first step toward a model of urban regeneration, inclusion and resilience.
Mapping Social Landscapes
This guidebook helps planners understand the priorities, values, and resource use patterns of people within a landscape to improve landscape restoration efforts.
How to Enable Electric Bus Adoption in Cities Worldwide
This report provides step-by-step guidance to transit agencies to establish and achieve electric bus adoption targets using concrete and diverse real-world experiences.