Position paper – Shared sustainable urban mobility
Europe’s automobile manufacturers fully support the aim of striving for more sustainable, inclusive, affordable, and resilient urban mobility.
As this position paper explains, the members of the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) are committed to developing sustainable mobility solutions for ‘liveable cities’.
The EU auto industry believes that a European Commission urban mobility strategy should aim at delivering inclusive sustainable mobility for all citizens by stimulating increased efficiency and sustainable innovations.
No one should be excluded in any mobility system, and the impact of transport policies on transport poverty should be carefully assessed. Social challenges when addressing sustainable urban mobility are a key priority, in addition to environmental and economic challenges.
ACEA’s four key recommendations are:
- Improve transport system efficiency
- Promote ITS and digital platforms
- Address the environmental and social aspects of shared mobility
- Foster efficient governance
No one should be excluded in any mobility system, and the impact of transport policies on transport poverty should be carefully assessed.
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