Methodology for assessing the cost effectiveness of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs). The case of the city of Burgos
Jose Maria Diez,
Lopez-Lambas, Maria Eugenia,
Marta Rojo and
Journal of Transport Geography, 2018, vol. 68, issue C, 22-30
74% of Europeans live and move every day in cities, and 40% of the total CO2 emissions from transport is caused by urban mobility. The decarbonisation of urban transport can therefore produce a substantial reduction in total CO2 emissions. Cities have proposed various measures to reduce CO2 emissions from mobility, concentrating particularly on reducing private individual transport (car) by offering a range of alternatives.
Keywords: Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans; SUMP; Sustainable measures; Urban transport; Emissions; Cost-effectiveness (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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