In-Depth Focus: Sustainable Mobility & Air Quality
The Sustainable Mobility & Air Quality In-Depth Focus in Intelligent Transport Issue 3 2021 features articles discussing e-mobility, hydrogen power, the legal issues of decarbonisation and indoor air quality.
Included in this In-Depth Focus:
- Stepping up to the climate challenge
Anne Graham, Chief Executive Officer of the National Transport Authority (NTA) in Ireland, discusses how NTA is working with the country’s public transport operators to step up to the climate challenge.
- The decarbonisation of transport: Legal issues on the route to net zero
Edward Barratt, a Partner working with the Decarbonisation Team at Osborne Clarke, considers the legal issues that providers and authorities need to be aware of when working to achieve net zero carbon targets and how to approach them.
- Pedalling towards a greener future: Why now is the time for innovation
Agustin Guilisasti, CEO and Founder of HumanForest, explains why his company’s approach to bikesharing could be the solution that big cities need to make their transport networks more sustainable.
- How e-mobility is driving a foundational shift in transportation
Charlotte Bailey, Regional Manager – North Europe at Bird, discusses the micro-mobility provider’s efforts to develop accessible and versatile mobility solutions that tackle climate change whilst offering a viable alternative to the private car.
- Improving indoor air quality for transport users
The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the need for good air quality within transport hubs around the world, whether that’s an underground station or a bus stop. How can the sector ensure that travellers are safe and that the air that they breathe is of a high quality? Pau Pallàs Zenke, President of Cluster IAQ, offers his insight on the matter.
Issue 3 2021