Transport for Sustainable Development: The Case of Inland Transport
The study examines issues, progress and challenges in global efforts to achieve a transition to sustainable mobility of freight and people using inland modes of transport, i.e. road, railways, inland waterways and intermodal transport. While transport is a precondition for social and economic interactions, unfortunately, it has also negative impacts, such as road crashes, air and noise pollutionm and greenhouse gas emissions. With a wealth of good and best practises, they study showcase results in mitigating the negative impacts, and also identifies the main challenges and opportunities to accelerate the transition to sustainability. It promotes an in-depth and real-world understanding of the five defining dimensions of sustainable transport-accessibility, affordability, safety, security, and environmental performance.
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