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Policy Options to Reduce Emissions from the Mobility Sector

In Europe, urban mobility accounts for 23% of greenhouse gas emissions related to transportation. To decrease transportation emissions in cities, municipal officials and legislators must develop and implement comprehensive policies that take into account active and electric mobility, public transportation, urban logistics, and larger energy and climate planning.

The new guide by the Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy Europe provides cities with resources to help reduce mobility emissions.

The publication catalogues useful resources for Europe signatories, such as key initiatives, projects, guidelines, case studies, and tools in five key areas: public transport, urban logistics, active mobility, electric mobility, and the integration of Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plans (SECAPs) and Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs).

We are proud to have projects that belong to INLECOM’s portfolio, such as AI4CCAM, DISCO, FENIX, LEAD and URBANE, highlighted as “Projects of Interest” in the fields of smart mobility and urban logistics.

For more information on the publication, visit the European Union’s Webpage here.