Sustainable Transportation List

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Here is a broad list of resources for more sustainable transportation that can rapidly decrease CO2 and energy consumption. The Youtube channels are a great starting point for understanding the broad situation.

This list includes but is not limited to:[edit | edit source]
  1. Vehicle/Fuel types ( bicycles, EVs, hydrogen, trucks, scooters, cars)
  2. Modes ( public, private, shared, marine, air, etc )
  3. Urban Design ( roads, density, zoning, parking) Because the built environment is directly responsible for distance and transportation requirements )
  4. Demand ( shipping, commuting, shopping, travel, sport )
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2) Click a row's 1st cell

3) Click the blue shaded cell on the arrow " >"

4) Click "Insert Row Below" to add a new row below

5) Double click in the cell to type

Resource Company Organization Government or Research Web Resource
ClimateTown Youtube channel. Documentary explainers cover the broad issues and historical causation in transportation with comedy
Not Just Bikes Youtube Channel. Explainers on bikable cities with strong examples of dutch systems
Missing Middle Housing An industry professional and acedemic on urban design and creating less transportation intensive cities
Strong Towns An organization dedicated to creating more livable cities through transportation infrastructure
People For Bikes Advocacy for bike safety, biking lifestyle and more bike-able communities. Excellent resources and policy help
UCLA Mobility Lab Numerous Universities have departments dedicated to transportation research
MIT Transit Lab University resource dedicated to pubnlic transit
US DOT Landing page for multiple US departments focused on improving transportation infrastructure, with grant oportunities and current focal issues,
Vision Zero Org Group dedicated to supporting active transportation safety in cities through public administration buy in
Micro Mobility Industry Group Largest conference specializing in personal vehicles
Mobycon Dutch company designing and developing urban transportation systems around human powered mobity