The registrations for the third class of MobiliCAMPUS, which is a distance education platform created by ITDP Brazil in partnership with Itaú and the Instituto República ends on September 15. In total, 300 places will be offered for those who want to learn about sustainable urban mobility through courses of Urban Development, Walking Mobility, Bicycle Mobility, and public transport.

This is the last class of this year by the platform and to apply simply access MobiliCAMPUS and register for free. Next, ITDP Brazil will carry out a selection process of the candidates with the objective of guaranteeing a diversity of sector, gender, race, and region of origin of the students. Registrations will also be considered from people who have applied for the courses previously, but were not offered a place.

After the registration period, between September 16 and October 6, the selected students will receive by email a confirmation of interest in the courses. If there are doubts, the page provides questions and answers to help students.

In the video, Danielle Hoppe, the manager of active transport of ITDP, explains how walking mobility is one of the fundamental elements of sustainable urban development. The debate on the quality of life in contemporary cities and the importance of thinking about and planning the urban area for the pedestrian is one of the most important and urgent in the global agenda.

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