28. August 2023

In the context of a sustainable mobility transition and the ambition not to leave anybody behind on the road to sustainable development, this paper explores the role which women and gender-specific mobility behaviour play in the decarbonisation of the transport sector in Asia. The paper examines the key drivers behind

14. February 2023

On 3rd December 2022, the Sino-German Sustainable Forum of the 2022 World Transport Conference was successfully held, with the theme of "Shaping Zero Carbon and Sustainable Future Mobility". At the forum, Mr. Messner, Director General of the German Federal Environment Agency (UBA), delivered an online keynote speech, which included in-depth discussions on international cooperation on climate and transport.

17. January 2023

The report introduces an Indicator System to assess the active mobility friendliness of Chinese cities. As part of the report, the evaluation system was piloted in the cities of Beijing, Chengdu, and Xiamen. The results and best practices of national and international frontrunners provide input for policy recommendations at the city and national level.

6. January 2023

Drawing on Foshan’s experience with SUMP, the report provides a localised approach for policy makers and planners in Chinese cities seeking to foster climate friendly urban transport while reflecting the needs of transportation stakeholders and residents, and to further integrate the SUMP concept into their transport and mobility planning systems.

4. January 2023

The SUMP Foshan Pilot Project was conducted in collaboration with the Transport Bureau of Foshan (Foshan TB), the Foshan Public Transportation Management Co. (Foshan TC), the China Sustainable Transportation Center (CSTC), and was supported by Rupprecht Consult. The report follows the development of the SUMP Foshan Pilot Project according to the SUMP process.

28. December 2022

28. December 2022