Transport decarbonisation cannot happen without the full participation of women. How can we achieve this? Ensure a gender dimension is part of all decarbonising transport research, policies and climate actions. Continue reading Mission Net Zero: Why the world needs women to shift to clean transport
Rural regions are highly car-dependent, creating huge problems for those who do not want to use their car, cannot drive or afford a car. What innovative transport options can better connect rural users? Continue reading Fertile Ground for Innovation: A Fresh Look at Rural Mobility
by Will Duncan Countries around the world struggle with a divide between urban centres and rural regions. Bridging it requires imaginative transport policy to connect citizens everywhere with the services they need and give remote communities a better future. After decades of weak growth and limited investment, many regional communities across the developed world feel forgotten; left behind by national governments in thriving capital cities. … Continue reading Bridging the Urban-Rural Divide
Lorenzo Casullo of the International Transport Forum (ITF) on why improving transport accessibility makes economic sense Continue reading The economic benefits of improved transport accessibility
by Nancy Vandycke, World Bank The transport sector is changing at breakneck speed. By 2030, global passenger traffic is set to rise by 50%, and freight volume by 70%. By 2050, we will have twice as many vehicles on the road, with most of the increase coming from emerging markets, where steady economic expansion is creating new lifestyle expectations and mobility aspirations. Mega-projects like China’s … Continue reading Sustainable mobility: Can the world speak with one voice?