The European Commission endorses WBCSD set of indicators to help cities advance sustainable mobility
Today, the European Commission announced its endorsement of the Sustainable Mobility Indicators issued by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD). The set of indicators provide cities with a reliable diagnosis tool to assess their sustainable mobility performances and deliver integrated sustainable urban mobility plans (SUMPs).
The indicator set is the result of a collaboration between the members of WBCSD’s Sustainable Mobility Project (SMP2.0), the Ghent University, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the International Transport Forum (ITF). It has been tested in six cities (Lisbon, Hamburg, Indore, Chengdu, Bangkok and Campinas) allowing the methodologies to be refined. ….