The Center for Sustainable Transport Mexico (CTS-Mexico) is a non-profit Mexican civil association whose mission is to catalyze sustainable mobility solutions that improve the quality of life in Mexican cities. CTS-Mexico (www.ctsmexico.org) is the premier Mexican NGO dealing with issues of sustainable transport and is part of the Embarq Network (www.embarq.org), which the World Resources Institute (WRI) launched in 2002. Embarq has grown to include five centers -- Mexico, Brazil, India, Turkey and Peru. CTS-Mexico works to achieve three core outcomes:
• Sustainable Cities: Equitable, Competitive, and Attractive Mobility. Mexico’s metropolitan areas are composed of healthy communities, where people enjoy public spaces, walk and bike, and work, study and interact closer to their homes.
• Public Transport: Quality and Sustainability. All of Mexico’s metropolitan areas will have transportation systems that are efficient, attractive, safe, environmentally sound and financially sustainable.
• Clean Air and Less Carbon: Technology and Strategies for Mobility. Mexico is a global leader promoting clean air and carbon mitigation in the transportation sector.