This white paper prepared by SLoCaT in 2016, is to summarize and distill findings of i-STEP research to date on sustainable transport and poverty, equity and inclusion and relevance to the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and other global imperatives; Draw on previous research in 2014 by SLoCaT on rural transport and poverty; Analysis by SLoCaT in 2015 on transport’s representation, and potential, within the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions; Highlight critical findings by SLoCaT on financing of sustainable transport undertaken over 2014-2016; Identify potential i-STEP developmental activities to enhance sustainable transport’s impact in tackling inequality and poverty; Analyze options for action through global actors such as SLoCaT; and suggest a preferred option(s) for the next stage of i-STEP.


Options and Recommendations for Making Sustainable Transport More Inclusive and Equitable

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