Cities kickstart energy transition in road transport

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06 June 2019

Cities kickstart energy transition in road transport

Report summary

Air pollution is a silent killer claiming millions of lives every year. Big cities around the world are stepping up efforts through changes in road transport. Many different solutions exist but all have a common goal to shift consumer preference to electric vehicles and other alternatives. But can these cities become the thin end of the wedge that will drive the energy transition in road transport?

Table of contents

  • London and Beijing lead the way
  • London inspires New York
  • China’s cities boost EV ownership
  • India has big ambitions
  • Better public transport required before its too late
  • Do we know the blind spots?
  • What’s next?
  • Cities: the thin end of the wedge

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  • London's ULEZ scheme details

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