With increased urbanization and economic growth, cities across the world must find ways to meet urban mobility demands while ensuring transportation is affordable and emissions that contribute to climate change are limited.

he path to low-carbon urban transport looks fundamentally different in developed and developing countries. Most cities in developing countries have not yet developed their land use and transportation infrastructure around cars, leaving a window of opportunity to chart a new path to low-carbon, efficient and inclusive urban transport.

To address the myriad challenges posed by global climate change, countries at all income levels have put in place a diverse set of policies over the past three decades.

Report of the Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA) to the National Green Tribunal regarding steps taken by the Metro authorities to stop undue wastage of water in Delhi, Jaipur and Mumbai during construction and later on.

A joint team of the officers of the CGWA, Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and Metro Rail Corporations of Jaipur, Delhi and Mumbai was constituted to look into the matter.

Nepal, as a signatory of the Paris Agreement, filed its second Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) in 2020. The NDC set a target for the adaptation of electric vehicles in the country’s public transport sector.

Clean and affordable public transportation can lower carbon emissions, improve urban air quality, and enable economic development. India’s G20 presidency can leverage the country’s National Electric Bus Programme to serve as a model that can be replicated across emerging market and developing economies.

Transitioning to electric mobility in public transport is one of the policy options to reduce vehicle emissions in cities and dependence on fossil fuel for transport operations.

This report reviews the physical and financial performance of 56 reporting State Road Transport Undertakings (SRTUs) in India during the financial year 2017-18 and 2018-19 in comparison with that of 2016-17. 56 out of 62 SRTUs have been analysed in this document.

Countries can reduce deaths and injuries from road traffic crashes by flipping the traditional mobility hierarchy and adopting the Safe System approach, finds this new report from the Sustainable Mobility for All Initiative (SuM4All).

The publication reflects the recommendations shared by stakeholders for scaling up the adoption of electric buses in India. The panel discussions explored viable financing pathways for the procurement of e-buses in India.