3 Transport

Milestones, outcomes, strategies
Milestones Transport symbol
ZERO EMISSIONS TRANSPORT IS THE PREFERRED FORM OF ALL NEW MOBILITY IN THE WORLD’S MAJOR CITIES AND TRANSPORT ROUTES.
Outcomes
  1. Electric vehicles account for 15-20% of new car sales globally.
  2. Heavy-duty vehicle efficiency standards are 20% higher across all major economies; transport routes in major cities are operated with zero-emission modes
  3. Public transport doubles its market share
  4. Aviation emissions per kilometer travelled are 20% below 2013 levels – limiting the sector’s emissions growth to 29%.
  5. The shipping sector announces plans for market measures or other instruments to eliminate emissions from their sector.
Strategies
  1. Transport initiatives, such as ZEV Alliance, EV100, EVI, and Transport Decarbonization Alliance align to 2020 narrative and target commitments reflecting 15-20% EV sales by 2020 and ~100% by 2035
  2. IMO regulates operational efficiencies and fuel switching (to low carbon synthetic fuels) for shipping; and the Arctic Council addresses black carbon.
  3. National ad sub-national governments adopt decarbonization transport policies and commitments from C40’s Deadline 2020, Transport Decarbonization Alliance, Covenant of Mayors, and like-minded organizations.
  4. ICAO and airlines accelerate timelines on operational efficiencies and increased availability/use of bio/synthetic fuels; rail advances cost effective alternatives to short-distance trips.