Planning and Design for Sustainable Urban Mobility argues that the development of sustainable urban transport systems requires a conceptual leap. The purpose of ‘transportation’ and ‘mobility’ is to gain access to destinations, activities, services and goods. Thus, access is the ultimate objective of transportation. As a result, urban planning and design should focus on how to bring people and places together, by creating cities that focus on accessibility, rather than simply increasing the length of urban transport infrastructure or increasing the movement of people or goods. Urban form and the functionality of the city are therefore a major focus of this report, which highlights the importance of integrated land-use and transport planning. This report provides some thought-provoking insights and policy recommendations on how to plan and design sustainable urban mobility systems. Chapter 1. The Urban Mobility Challenge -- Chapter 2. The State of Urban Passenger Transport -- Chapter 3. Metro, Light Rail and BRT -- Chapter 4. Urban Goods Transport -- Chapter 5. Mobility and Urban Form -- Chapter 6. Equitable Access to Urban Mobility -- Chapter 7. Urban Mobility and the Environment -- Chapter 8. The Economics and Financing of Urban Mobility -- Chapter 9. Institutions and Governance for Urban Mobility -- Chapter 10. Toward Sustainable Urban Mobility -- Statistical annex.