The Sustainable Transport Panel identifies opportunities and promotes sustainable transport in the Highways and Transportation industry.
Sustainable transport is a phrase which was coined in the late 20th century to describe all forms of transport which minimise emissions of carbon dioxide and pollutants. Sustainable transport can mean public transport, car sharing, walking and cycling as well as technology such as electric and hybrid cars and biodiesel. The term is based on the phrase sustainable energy. The transition to an environmentally sustainable transport system involves a combination of technological and demand-side transport policies and practices.
Panel Mission Statement: ‘To promote accessibility and sustainability in travel through good planning, education and demand management techniques’
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