ITF publishes new report on public transport and shared mobility

"How Improving public transport and shared mobility can reduce urban passenger emissions" - check ITF's new report.

In this report, measures to lower the usage of private vehicles and carbon emissions from urban passenger transport are evaluated; the report concludes that a two-pronged strategy of enhancing public transport services and introducing rewards to encourage more people to use shared services may significantly lower emissions. This is especially true when paired with land-use policies and infrastructure investments that prioritise group and active modes.

To achieve the Paris Agreement's decarbonization targets, more steps will still be needed, such as improving the efficiency of paratransit vehicles and expanding the infrastructure for public transport.

Register here to join an online presentation of the report findings with a question-and-answer session on Wednesday, 15 March at 14:30 CET.