Cooperation for the Continuing Development of Urban and Suburban Transportation
Coopération pour le développement et l'amélioration des transports urbains et périurbains (CODATU)
1980, as Conferences on the Development and the Planning of Urban Transport in Developing Countries -- Conférences sur le développement et l'aménagement des transports urbains dans les pays en développement. Registered in accordance with French law.
Promote research and encourage an exchange of know-how and experience on matters relating to urban transportation systems in developing countries.
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