COVID-19 and Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport

The COVID-19 pandemic has sent a shock wave through our society, and is permanently changing the world as we know it. Our global economy has been severely disrupted, from supply chains and markets, to workers and trade, laying bare the weaknesses in our overall preparedness for disasters and global crises.

We, as the sustainable, low carbon transport community, must reflect on the significant implications the pandemic has had on how we move people and goods, as well as what this will mean for the future of transport. As a community, we must ensure that we use this pivotal moment to advance our vision for more equitable, accessible, and low carbon transport systems, while working together to do our part in combating the spread of COVID-19.

Knowledge and Resources

A new global hub for transport-related information concerning the COVID-19 pandemic

SLOCAT has served as the lead contributor to the knowledge hub, which  is coordinated and hosted by the International Road Federation. Click below to learn about sub-sector specific policy responses and recovery pathways emerging in light of the pandemic.

Recent Highlights

In collaboration with partners, SLOCAT has co-organised, participated in and contributed to a number of recent peer learning sessions, webinars and resources seeking to enhance understanding and empower change-makers to make the right investments in transport and mobility services and infrastructure, as a vital component of an equitable, green recovery.