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Press Release Rio+20 Sustainable Transport status report: "Creating Universal Access to Safe, Clean and Affordable Transport"

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Media and Online Coverage of the Report:

- EMBARQ-20.06.2013
- Road Safety Fund-20.06.2013
- GIZ-SUTP-21.06.2013
- GIZ-Transport and Climate Change Project
- Global Fuel Economy Initiative Website-21.06.2013
- Fia Foundation
- Make Roads Safe-21.06.2013
- United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs-21.06.2013
- United Nations Department of Public Information-21.06.2013
- Institute for Transportation Development and Policy-24.06.2013
- Wuppertal Institute-27.06.2013

Media contacts for the report:

The primary spokes person on the report is Cornie Huizenga, Joint Convener of the Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport and principal author of the report cornie.huizenga[at]slocatpartnership.org  Tel. +86 13901949332

Additional media contacts are:

- Tyrrell Duncan, Director, EATC concurrently Practice Leader (Transport) East Asia Department, Asian Development Bank and Chair of the MDB Working Group on Sustainable Transport tduncan[at]adb.org Tel. +63 920 949 6409

- Michael Replogle, Managing Director for Policy and Founder, Insitute for Transportation and Development Policy michael.replogle[at]itdp.org Tel. +1 301 529 0351

- David Ward, Director General, Fia Foundation d.ward[at]fiafoundation.org  Tel. +44 207 747 5187

Note to editors

This report was developed by the Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT).  This partnership was established in 2009 with the aim to promote the integration of sustainable transport in global policy processes on sustainable development and climate change. With over 80 members representing a range of constiuencies (UN organizations, multilateral development banks, NGOs, private sector, government and academe) SLoCaT is the largest multistakeholder partnership on sustainable transport. Its members collectively spend about $ 20 billion on promoting more sustainable transport through loans and grants in over 150 countries and jointly SLoCaT members employ well over a 1000 persons working on sustainable transport on a day-to-day basis.

The SLoCaT Partnership was instrumental in the development of the Rio+20 Voluntary Commitments on Sustainable Transport.

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