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ISM, Informal and Shared Mobility

New paper: Connecting Informal Transport to the Climate Agenda

 ”Connecting Informal Transport to the Climate Agenda: Key Opportunities for Action” is a new paper prepared by World Resources Institute (WRI) with support from Informal and Shared Mobility in Low- and Middle-Income Countries Research Program, Volvo Research and Educational Foundations (VREF). Read full version here (pdf).

Study commissioned to the WRI-China is now available

”Status and Opportunities of Shared Mobility Systems in China” VREF commissioned a report about Informal Public transport to the Future Mobility Project teams, working for the Sustainable Cities Program at the World Resources Institute-China. In response to the challenges of both COVID-19 and climate change, the public transport needs to be redefined. Traditional “public transport” …

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