Changing how we move around won’t make us worse off. That’s the conclusion of this report, which profiles the top 5 measures policy-makers can employ in order that clean urban transport policies – such as low- and zero-emission zones – take into consideration the needs of vulnerable groups in society.
The report proposes a range of solutions for city leaders and governments to help strike a balance between the overall health benefits of clean transport policy and the short term impacts of the changes as they are introduced. These are:
Two Brussels measures have been cited by a European study as examples of best practice for a fairer mobility transition.