This innovative approach has enabled cities like Tokyo to curb traffic by financing ultra-efficient public transport systems.
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Chongqing may provide the inspiration for other Asian cities to reform their logistics systems and improve their livability.
A package of comprehensive measures—inlcuding setting fuel efficiency standards—is the only way to significantly reduce CO2 emissions from motorcycles in the country's 5 main cities.
42% of ADB blog readers claim that improved connections would get people to use public transport more in Asian cities, while a further 40% pointed to efficiency as the most important deciding factor.
Reducing traffic on the road starts with each one of us taking our cars off the highway. If all of us were to use public transport, we can help to make the situation better.
Will the Jedi of sustainable transport find a way to counter the dark side of rampant motorization?