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 Chinese Spring Festival Travel Rush and the COVID-19 Crisis – Momentum for Widening the Scope of Sustainability in Transport Planning in the 14th FYP

This year’s Chinese Spring Festival Travel Rush coincided with a particular challenge as it came at a time when China faced a major public health crisis with severe societal ramifications: The outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic, caused by the virus SARS-CoV-2, which is thought to have originated in Wuhan, a hub in China’s transport and logistics network, and had reached pandemic proportions only weeks later.


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