Transportation and Mobility


Adequate and well-maintained roads and navigable waterways exist to safely support community members’ mobility and transportation needs, alongside industry or other users. Local transportation and mobility services are available, including safe public transit opportunities and for-hire transportation options for community members with diverse abilities. Communities are able to develop and maintain (or effectively advocate for development and maintenance of) adequate local transportation and mobility infrastructure to meet their needs and they engage in cost and resource sharing with industry where relevant and mutually advantageous.

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Global Roadmap of Action Towards Sustainable Mobility

This comprehensive guide from the SuM4All coalition can help you to understand how countries and cities can advance equitable, efficient, safe and green mobility. The guide identifies the most relevant and impactful policy measures to achieving sustainable mobility, and provides a path for supporting progress against the SDGs and achieving the four policy goals that define sustainable mobility (i.e., universal access, efficiency, safety, and green mobility). This resource compiles the most up-to-date intelligence on transport, covering accessibility, system efficiency, safety, and climate change considerations, and is an excellent source of information for change agents and leaders that want to advance sustainable transportation (and related infrastructure) in the communities they and their value chain operate.

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Sustainable Transport, Sustainable Development

This interagency report on sustainable transport can help you to better understand challenges and opportunities related to developing sustainable transport, and good practices and that can help to achieve it. The report explains the importance of sustainable transport to the SDGs and Paris Agreement; progress and challenges related to sustainable transport, globally; and the actions required for realising sustainable transport for all.

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Designing for Future Mobility: Developing a Framework for the Livable Future City

This report from Perkins+Will can help you to understand how future mobility can support the evolution of livable cities. It highlights key background research, including that of current trends, projections, opportunities, and challenges; lays out future mobility principles for planners, designers, and policy-makers; describes a series of proactive, present-day design opportunities for the built environment; and presents a future city vision (using Vancouver as a template) that embodies livable city principles and a people-first approach to mobility.