Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan Foshan Pilot Project

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. This report follows the development of the SUMP Foshan Pilot Project according to the SUMP process.

Establish and Implement an Evaluation System for Multimodal Freight Transport Hub Management in China

Multimodal Freight Transport Hubs (MFTH) are an essential knot in in the infrastructure connectivity of China’s modern intermodal transport development. In 2016, eighteen government agencies including the MoT and NDRC have issued the “Notice on Further Encouraging the Development of Intermodal Transport,” which specifically emphasised the development of MFTH. Although there are several MFTHs in […]

The Beijing Dialogue: Future Urban Transport & Mobility in Beijing [CN Version]

Beijing, with over 21 million inhabitants, is striving to develop a future-oriented, sustainable urban mobility system to ease traffic congestion, alleviate air pollution, and help achieve China’s dual carbon goals. To foster international exchange and formulate a vision and roadmap for sustainable mobility in Beijing, the Beijing Transport Institute (BTI), GIZ, and Agora Verkehrswende (Agora) […]

The Beijing Dialogue: Future Urban Transport & Mobility in Beijing[EN Version]

Beijing, with over 21 million inhabitants, is striving to develop a future-oriented, sustainable urban mobility system to ease traffic congestion, alleviate air pollution, and help achieve China’s dual carbon goals. To foster international exchange and formulate a vision and roadmap for sustainable mobility in Beijing, the Beijing Transport Institute (BTI), GIZ, and Agora Verkehrswende (Agora) […]

Research on Technical Systems of Battery Electric Buses in China

The integrated and effective application of electric buses in public bus systems is an important key to making transport more climate- and environment-friendly by lowering carbon and air pollutant emissions. In recent years, the number of new energy buses has rapidly increased in China (including plug-in hybrid buses, fuel cell buses and particularly in China, […]

[Video] Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) in Foshan

As part of the SUMP Foshan Pilot Project, CLCT and the China Sustainable Transportation Center (CSTC), in cooperation with the city of Foshan, prepared this video introducing the city and its SUMP experience. The video provides insights into the city’s efforts in exploring a green mobility development path, and presents the key outcomes of the […]

Research on the Setting of Temporary Loading/Unloading Zones for New Energy Logistics Vehicles in Chancheng District of Foshan, Guangdong Province, P.R. China

Recognizing the importance of the ease of use of urban logistics vehicles, and current challenges that they face relating to parking, this study considers the new energy vehicle (NEV) promotion needs in urban freight sector, examines the potential of having dedicated loading/unloading zones for these vehicles, and focuses on solving problems of parking them in […]