Over the past two decades, two-and-three-wheeler fleets have expanded at an annual average rate above 7%. It is expected that the current stock will double every five years.

The latest SUTP publication highlights the benefits of implementing Mobility Management at universities. It contributes to an increased and more sustainable mobility of students and employees in general but moreover it can also change the mindset of young leaders in the long term.

In the cities of Asia and Latin America, increasing population density and motorization are leading to a rapid rise in transport and environmental problems.

In the cities of Asia and Latin America, increasing population density and motorization are leading to a rapid rise in transport and environmental problems.

Many countries are exploring various alternatives to reduce fuel consumption and preserve air quality in urban areas. There is a variety of attractive measures, such as promoting public transit and bicycle use, deploying congestion pricing or fuel taxes, etc, which have been proven successful in the past.

In transport, many modes have been defined as

Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the transport sector also play an important role in the climate change issue. Carbon dioxide (CO2), a GHG, emissions from the transport sector has risen by the fastest rate in the past three decades. From 1990 to 2004, CO2 emissions from the transport sector alone rose by 36.5%. In developing countries esp.