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NEWSLETTER: International Transport Forum
22 July 2021
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Mission to Uzbekistan
Enhancing Central and South Asian inland transport corridors can link countries into global value chains, said Secretary-General Young Tae Kim at a high-level conference held in Tashkent as part of a mission to ITF member Uzbekistan. Connectivity, sustainable infrastructure, digitalisation and decarbonisation were top of the agenda at a meeting between Mr Kim and Uzbek Minister Makhamov (photo) held during the visit. See the Enhancing Connectivity and Freight in Central Asia report
Number of the month
With decisive decarbonisation actions, freight transport’s CO2 emissions could be 72% lower in 2050 than in 2015. The introduction of low-carbon technologies across all modes, load consolidation, collaboration, and standardisation are among the critical levers to get us there. Learn more with the ITF Transport Outlook 2021
Transitioning to cleaner vehicles
Our latest report evaluates policies for the move to clean vehicles and clean energy for road transport. The review looks at rapidly scaling up the transition and the instruments to manage it. It analyses technologies for clean passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, buses and trucks, and identifies solutions that deliver the greatest benefits. The study specifically takes account of increasing digital connectivity and automation. Get the report
The innovative mobility landscape
What are the changes afoot in today’s urban mobility landscape? How can Mobility as a Service (MaaS) improve travel in cities? A new report, produced in partnership with the World Business Council For Sustainable Development (WBCSD), assesses the governance and regulatory challenges we need to overcome to create a healthy MaaS ecosystem that aligns with societal objectives and delivers clear benefits to people. Get the report and sign-up for the 13 September webinar
Accelerating supply chain decarbonisation
A new report takes a case study from the port of Hamburg in Germany to assess the potential of zero carbon supply chains. It explores stakeholder initiatives and their inter-relations and offers recommendations for accelerating supply chain decarbonisation. The report was presented online by lead author Olaf Merk at our latest "Ask the Author" session. Watch a video recording of the session
Helping Europe get "Fit for 55"
A new ITF paper summarises the findings of the project "Decarbonising Transport in Europe", which modelled transport activity and provided detailed quantitative evidence on the actual impact of CO2 mitigation measures. It allows European decision makers to identify and assess realistic pathways to decarbonise transport to 2050, supporting new European proposals for emissions reductions of at least 55% by 2030. Get the report
Latest ITF publications
Cleaner Vehicles: Achieving a Resilient Technology Transition

Decarbonising Transport in Europe: The Way Forward

The Innovative Mobility Landscape: The Case of Mobility as a Service

Decarbonising Transport in India: Learning from Life Cycle Assessment

See more ITF publications
Upcoming ITF reports
Integrating Public Transport into Mobility as a Service

Data-driven Transport Infrastructure Maintenance

Micromobility, Equity and Sustainability

Big Data for Travel Demand Modelling

Travel Transitions: How Transport Planners and Policy Makers Can Respond to Shifting Mobility Trends

Decarbonising Air Transport

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Next events
Developing Innovative Mobility Solutions in the Brussels-Capital Region
8 September, Brussels, Belgium (Hybrid event)

The Innovative Mobility Landscape: The Case of Mobility as a Service
13 September (Webinar)

Decarbonising Air Transport: Acting Now for the Future
16 September (Virtual conference)

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