Saturday, February 24, 2024

How Compact, Electrified Cities Can Greatly Reduce Emissions and Costs in the US

New research finds that the United States could reduce public-sector expenditures on urban transport at local, state, and federal levels by a cumulative $2...

E-Buses: On the Road to Lowering Emissions and Improving Public Transport

The electrification of a city’s bus fleet allows them to actively fight against the harmful consequences of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). To support e-bus...

E-Buses: On the Road to Lowering Emissions and Improving Public Transport

The electrification of a city’s bus fleet allows them to actively fight against the harmful consequences of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). To support e-bus...

How this State in India is Envisioning a Future for Electric Vehicles

In 2021, COP26 took place in Glasgow, Scotland and witnessed a historic moment for the country of India when it committed to achieving Net...

How this State in India is Envisioning a Future for Electric Vehicles

In 2021, COP26 took place in Glasgow, Scotland and witnessed a historic moment for the country of India when it committed to achieving Net...

In Jakarta, the Case for Bus Electrification Grows Stronger

The Government of Jakarta has committed to electrifying 100% of its Transjakarta bus fleets by 2030, which amounts to over 10,000 vehicles. Since 2020,...

In Jakarta, New Study Finds Bus Electrification is Both Feasible and Urgent

The Government of Jakarta has committed to electrifying 100% of its Transjakarta bus fleets by 2030, which amounts to over 10,000 vehicles. Since 2020,...

The City As A Learning Lab: Experiences and Inspiration from Bogotá

For the first time since the pandemic, ITDP and MOBILIZE Program partners convened in-person in Bogotá, Colombia for multiple days of knowledge sharing, hands-on...

Compact Electric Cities: The Only Way to 1.5°

To meet the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement and for a chance of limiting climate change to less than 1.5°C, neither vehicle electrification...

The Current Fuel Crisis Is An Opportunity to Reshape US Cities

The post The Current Fuel Crisis Is An Opportunity to Reshape US Cities appeared first on Institute for Transportation and Development Policy.

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