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Transport Policies

To implement the sustainable mobility transition in China, Germany and worldwide, support from the public domain and society is crucial. Integrated policies, long-term strategies, and roadmaps are needed to provide guidance to cities and the industry. Planning frameworks such as the European Union concept of Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) can guide cities in their ambition to better integrate urban, transport and mobility planning and to make transport more climate-friendly, convenient, safe, reliable and accessible.

Facts & Figures

China plans to achieve carbon-peaking in its automotive industry around the year
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of vehicles sales in China in 2035 shall be electric vehicles
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of vehicle sales in China in 2035 shall be hybrids
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fuel-cell vehicles on Chinese roads by 2035

News & Articles

The Beijing Dialogue: Future Urban Transport & Mobility in Beijing

Against the background of global climate change, cities around the world are under immense pressure to make their transport and mobility systems more sustainable and climate-friendly. Thanks to great advancements in technology including electro-mobility, shared mobility, autonomous driving and Big Data-based smart traffic management systems,

Transport and Climate Change Week 2022: Insights & Experience from China Shared at Global Sustainable Transport Conference

The 5th Transport and Climate Change Week (TCCW) took place between 9th and 13th May, 2022. It is an international conference focused on knowledge-sharing and peer-to-peer exchange on the challenges and best practices for achieving sustainability goals and decarbonisation in the transport sector. Around 1,500 experts and decision-makers from around the world joined the week-long conference through its online platform, where they could follow and engage with the events, as well as connect in online networking spaces.

EU – Transport and Mobility Update [January & February 2022]

The EU Transport and Mobility Update is a format that aims to provide news on the latest policies, events and trends in the European transport and mobility sector. Compiled by GIZ, it provides insights in technology, sustainability and innovation by highlighting recent articles. Ultimately, this format is meant to foster exchange and dialogue on advancements as well as best practices in the European transport and mobility sector.

How will the new German government approach transport?

On December 8, 2021, a new German federal government was inaugurated. The new coalition of three parties consists of the Social Democrats, the Liberals and the Greens. The partners have developed a 177-page coalition agreement to define a programme for government work until 2025, which is focusing on the green and zero carbon transformation of the German economy.


External Resources that might also interest you

The MobiliseYourCity Partnership is a global and inclusive network of cities and countries as well as a sectorial umbrella of international cooperation particularly related to the field of sustainable urban mobility; the Partnership is strongly supported by the European Commission, the German Government, the French Government. Find further information at: