The clean transport revolution
Functioning transportation systems are fundamental to modern, prosperous societies. They provide a means to get to work, connect us to friends and family, and catalyse economic activity. But transportation today comes with a cost. It produces approximately 18 per cent of human-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and local air pollution that contributes to health problems for millions. This Alliance content is part of the Alliance + IssueLab Special Collection.
Explore social sector research on improving transportation options. This can include urban planning work to address traffic congestion, carbon emissions, or safety issues, as well as transportation alternatives, including public transportation and development that privileges pedestrians and cyclists.
RESEARCH RELATED FUNDING
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% OF TOTAL FUNDING (2013)
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TITLES RECENTLY PUBLISHED
Sep 1, 2019
Publisher(s): Institute for Transportation and Development Policy
Jan 29, 2018
Apr 24, 2017
Publisher(s): Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
TITLES FROM THE ARCHIVES
Jul 1, 2006
Publisher(s): Earth Policy Institute
Jul 1, 2002
Jan 1, 1999
Publisher(s): Environmental Law and Policy Center