[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 […]

Insights from China: How can we decarbonise the transport sector?

During the global online conference Transport and Climate Change Week 2022, the Sino-German Cooperation on Low Carbon Transport (CLCT) project was pleased to invite Mr Xu Honglei, vice president at the Transport Planning and Research Institute (TPRI) of the Ministry of Transport of the People’s Republic of China, to share insights on the key challenges […]

Beijing Dialogue – Vision of Future Urban Transport and Mobility

Globally but in particular in China, the transport sector is undergoing a holistic transformation. Digitalization and Big Data, platform economy, new players in the field of mobility services and the emergence of new technologies are changing the transport sector landscape. Along with these opportunities comes the increasing unpredictability of how the future of transport and […]

Beijing’s first bicycle highway

According to Katie Melua, there are nine-million bicycles in Beijing – and the city is working on bringing bicycles back to the roads by making cycling more safe and thus convenient. But Beijing is also exploring new ways to make cycling more attractive. In May 2019, the city’s first “bicycle highway” was opened to the […]