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  • Activities Aiming for a Society with Zero Fatalities and Injuries from Traffic Accidents Traffic Safety

    Activities Aiming for a Society with Zero Fatalities and Injuries from Traffic Accidents

    Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) aims to reduce fatalities and injuries from traffic accidents to zero through "Integrated Three Part Initiatives" involving people, vehicles, and the traffic environment. These efforts include education focused on children and the elderly, technology and data utilization, and infrastructure improvements in collaboration with local governments.

  • Traffic Congestion Mitigation Project in Bangkok, Thailand Measures to mitigate traffic congestion

    Traffic Congestion Mitigation Project in Bangkok, Thailand

    Since 2015, Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) has been supporting a project to ease traffic congestion in Bangkok, Thailand. The first of the project’s two phases sought to alleviate growing congestion around Sathorn Road through a two-pronged approach: promoting the use of diverse mobility solutions and smoothing traffic flows. These efforts succeeded in reducing the length of traffic jams and improving traffic flow.

  • Supporting the Development of Assistive Devices for Lower-Limb Paralysis – Mobility Unlimited Challenge Support for people with mobility challenges

    Supporting the Development of Assistive Devices for Lower-Limb Paralysis – Mobility Unlimited Challenge

    In 2017, Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) teamed up with UK-based innovation-focused nonprofit Nesta to launch Mobility Unlimited Challenge to discover and support the development of groundbreaking ideas for assistive devices to offer people with lower-limb paralysis greater independence and freedom of mobility.

  • Supporting Research into Hydrogen Energy Solutions Hydrogen/Energy

    Supporting Research into Hydrogen Energy Solutions

    In July 2017, Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) established the Research Program to Support Innovative Hydrogen Energy Solutions, which began accepting applications in October of that year. The following March, ten innovative research topics were selected to receive grants from among 32 applications. More recipients were chosen in subsequent rounds, totaling 29 projects by March 2020.

  • Providing Freedom of Mobility in the Mountainous Ueyama District of Mimasaka City, Okayama Mobility support for local communities

    Providing Freedom of Mobility in the Mountainous Ueyama District of Mimasaka City, Okayama

    Over the course of roughly four years beginning in 2015, Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) provided grants to support the "Ueyama Mobility Project" in the Ueyama District of Mimasaka City, Okayama Prefecture.

  • Building an Ever-Better Mobility Society through the Make a Move PROJECT Contests/Open calls

    Building an Ever-Better Mobility Society through the Make a Move PROJECT

    In June 2022, Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) launched the Make a Move PROJECT, an idea contest aimed at creating an “ever-better mobility society” by drawing on the vision and know-how of various people to implement ideas and solutions across three different themes.

  • Supporting Africa’s Rural Communities Mobility support for local communities

    Supporting Africa’s Rural Communities

    Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) partners with NPOs and other organizations in Zimbabwe and Kenya to support mobility in rural areas.

  • Sharing the Freedom and Joy of Movement through the “Building Mobility Systems Suitable to Local Communities” Project Mobility support for local communities

    Sharing the Freedom and Joy of Movement through the “Building Mobility Systems Suitable to Local Communities” Project

    Public transportation options in regional cities and mountainous areas are dwindling as their population aging and depopulation proceeds and economies shrink. Residents may lack the means to make everyday outings or have difficulty traveling to shops on account of the terrain. The various people who tackle these challenges in each region must come up with mobility systems that suit the needs of their communities.

  • Making innovative mobility a reality in Kuala Lumpur Measures to mitigate traffic congestion

    Making innovative mobility a reality in Kuala Lumpur

    In Kuala Lumpur and other major Asian cities, accelerating population growth and urbanization are placing heavy strains on the underlying infrastructure and resources.

  • Station Access and Mobility Program (STAMP) to improve metro access in 7 major Indian cities Measures to mitigate traffic congestion

    Station Access and Mobility Program (STAMP) to improve metro access in 7 major Indian cities

    In India’s urban centers, rapid economic development has been accompanied by steep rises in automobile traffic, turning chronic congestion into a major social issue. One response by regional governments has been to build metro rail networks. Increasing the number of riders on these networks has become an urgent priority to ease traffic congestion.

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