This report examines the applicable German transportation policies that could ultimately lead to a more sustainable U.S. transportation system. It starts with an overview of the similarities between the two nations. Next, it contrasts their degrees of transportation sustainability and explains how certain transportation and land use policies influence travel behavior.

This paper provides a comparative overview of urban transport in the world’s two most populous countries: China and India. Cities in both countries are suffering from severe and worsening transport problems: air pollution, noise, traffic injuries and fatalities,
congestion, parking shortages, energy use, and a lack of mobility for the poor.