Training Programme on Transportation Policy

CityNet and Seoul Human Resource Development Center are inviting you and your colleagues to the Training Programme on Transportation Policy from 25 April to 13 May 2022.

The online program will feature public transport solutions that Seoul Metropolitan Government has successfully implemented, aiming to improve urban mobility for its 10 million city residents. The Seoul public bus system, traffic management system (TOPIS), bicycle and pedestrian programs, and transport policies and reforms will be the programme highlights.

The training programme combines self-paced learning and exclusive sessions with experts on transport and mobility. It is open to local authorities, city planners, transport officers, and stakeholders whose work revolves around public transport and mobility in their communities.

This is a free and exclusive training programme for CityNet members. It will be conducted in English. There is no limit to the number of participants coming from the same city or organization. However, the Programme will only accept 20 participants based on the merits provided in the application form.

For those interested, click the following documents below:

1. Programme Briefer
2. Application Form

Email the duly signed application form at programs2@citynet-ap.orgThe deadline for the submission is on 8 April 2022, Friday. 

Share This




1 week ago


CityNet and Seoul Human Resource Development Center are inviting city officers and local authorities to the online Training Programme on Low Carbon Built Environments and Sustainable Development Goals on April 24-May 12, 2023.

Learn about Seoul’s low-carbon practices in buildings, public transport, energy, and climate finance. Get to know our cities in #Asia developing solutions towards a low-carbon city. Exchange ideas with your peers and share your action plans.

Complete the Application Form at this link,

The deadline for Registration is on March 31, 2023, Friday.

See you in April!
... See MoreSee Less

Cities in #AsiaPacific are responsible for 75% of the region’s CO2 emissions. Explore #ClimateAction to make low-carbon and resilient city a reality at #APFSD this March: #SDG11