4. The price of transport must reflect the environment and the health impact on the people.
Fossil-fuel subsidies should end. In addition to that, the price of different model transportation should reflect on the emission that it creates. For example, it should be cheaper to take the train than a plane when the calculation of price is reflecting the emission its produced.
It is predicted by 2025, there will be about 1 million public recharging and refuelling stations needed for the 13 million of zero- to low-emission vehicles expected on the EU roads. Investment in an adequate amount of charging station is required to facilitate the transition of transportation. The source of electricity for electrifying transportation also must come from a renewable energy source.
5. Transport should become drastically less pollution, especially in cities.
The combination of the assessment of the emissions, urban congestion, and improved public transportation is essential. The Commission proposed a stringent air pollutant emissions standard and revision of the legislation of CO2 performance standards for cars and vans. This is to ensure the smooth transition towards zero-emission mobility.
Is your city ready to make the fast and cost-efficient transition? Then start with adding safe bicycle line in your city and implement our parking management system and urban mobility management system.