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    Sky ports for electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft are being built to move cargo and people

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    Trucks commonly powered by hydrogen fuel cells

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    Hydrogen trains run on non-electrified lines

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    Clean, sustainable energy – onshore and offshore – is generated to power our transport networks and modes, creating an effective net-zero system

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    Hydrogen-powered trams are common in cities

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    Multimodal transport hubs link to public transport networks

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    Trains are safe, clean, reliable, affordable, accessible and fully integrated with other public transport modes

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    City-wide walking and cycling networks are a common sight, and people can safely access most local facilities and services within a short walk or bicycle ride from their homes

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    Travel demand management (TDM) balances a transport network’s supply or capacity with demand from users. Real-time messaging and public information encourages people to travel less, at different times, by alternative means or via another route when necessary

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    Shipping lines are transitioning to ammonia made using green hydrogen or methanol from biomass and captured CO2

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    Parked EVs form battery banks to help stabilise local electric networks, while local charging points enable consumers to charge vehicles outside peak times

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    Low/no carbon bus fleets provide connectivity for people in areas with little access to track-based public transport as well as an affordable transport option for those on low incomes

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    Cities and towns are being reimagined and redesigned to create streets for people, reducing the primacy of the automobile and providing alternatives to journeys by car

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    Logistics parks are linked to ports by rail lines and connect to nearby delivery networks

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    The next generation learn about how their travel choices shape the future of the world they live in and contribute to our climate emergency response

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    Construction of transport infrastructure applies circular economy principles and uses low carbon materials. All infrastructure is SMART, combining digital technology and data to manage and operate assets

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    Fuelling stations have a variety of options – EV charging, H2 and biomass refuelling

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    Improvements to the digital infrastructure has supported the roll-out of connected autonomous vehicles, while ride-hailing and other new transportation options have replaced car ownership

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    Thousands of new jobs have been created in the manufacture of EVs and parts, as well as cleaner fuels

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    Cycle/scooter networks support active travel

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    Car-free streets and public spaces encourage walking, cycling and outdoor exercise, improving physical fitness and mental wellbeing. Road fatalities in urban areas have fallen dramatically around the world

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    Huge investment in the production of sustainable aviation fuels is significantly reducing carbon emissions from long-haul flights

     

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    Sky ports for electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft are being built to move cargo and people

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    Trucks commonly powered by hydrogen fuel cells

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    Hydrogen trains run on non-electrified lines

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    Clean, sustainable energy – onshore and offshore – is generated to power our transport networks and modes, creating an effective net-zero system

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    Hydrogen-powered trams are common in cities

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    Multimodal transport hubs link to public transport networks

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    Trains are safe, clean, reliable, affordable, accessible and fully integrated with other public transport modes

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    City-wide walking and cycling networks are a common sight, and people can safely access most local facilities and services within a short walk or bicycle ride from their homes

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    Travel demand management (TDM) balances a transport network’s supply or capacity with demand from users. Real-time messaging and public information encourages people to travel less, at different times, by alternative means or via another route when necessary

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    Shipping lines are transitioning to ammonia made using green hydrogen or methanol from biomass and captured CO2

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    Parked EVs form battery banks to help stabilise local electric networks, while local charging points enable consumers to charge vehicles outside peak times

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    Low/no carbon bus fleets provide connectivity for people in areas with little access to track-based public transport as well as an affordable transport option for those on low incomes

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    Cities and towns are being reimagined and redesigned to create streets for people, reducing the primacy of the automobile and providing alternatives to journeys by car

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    Logistics parks are linked to ports by rail lines and connect to nearby delivery networks

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    The next generation learn about how their travel choices shape the future of the world they live in and contribute to our climate emergency response

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    GraphicLine

    Construction of transport infrastructure applies circular economy principles and uses low carbon materials. All infrastructure is SMART, combining digital technology and data to manage and operate assets

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    Fuelling stations have a variety of options – EV charging, H2 and biomass refuelling

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    Improvements to the digital infrastructure has supported the roll-out of connected autonomous vehicles, while ride-hailing and other new transportation options have replaced car ownership

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    Thousands of new jobs have been created in the manufacture of EVs and parts, as well as cleaner fuels

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    Cycle/scooter networks support active travel

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    Car-free streets and public spaces encourage walking, cycling and outdoor exercise, improving physical fitness and mental wellbeing. Road fatalities in urban areas have fallen dramatically around the world

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    Huge investment in the production of sustainable aviation fuels is significantly reducing carbon emissions from long-haul flights

     

    Like what you see?

    Find out how we can achieve it here.

    Rectangle
     
     
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    Sky ports for electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft are being built to move cargo and people

    Rectangle
     
     

    Trucks commonly powered by hydrogen fuel cells

    Rectangle
     
     

    Hydrogen trains run on non-electrified lines

    Rectangle
     
     

    Clean, sustainable energy – onshore and offshore – is generated to power our transport networks and modes, creating an effective net-zero system

    Rectangle
     
     

    Hydrogen-powered trams are common in cities

    Rectangle
     
     

    Multimodal transport hubs link to public transport networks

    Rectangle
     
     

    Trains are safe, clean, reliable, affordable, accessible and fully integrated with other public transport modes

    Rectangle
     
     

    City-wide walking and cycling networks are a common sight, and people can safely access most local facilities and services within a short walk or bicycle ride from their homes

    Rectangle
     
     


    Travel demand management (TDM) balances a transport network’s supply or capacity with demand from users. Real-time messaging and public information encourages people to travel less, at different times, by alternative means or via another route when necessary

    Rectangle
     
     

    Shipping lines are transitioning to ammonia made using green hydrogen or methanol from biomass and captured CO2

    Rectangle
     
     

    Parked EVs form battery banks to help stabilise local electric networks, while local charging points enable consumers to charge vehicles outside peak times

    Rectangle
     
     

    Low/no carbon bus fleets provide connectivity for people in areas with little access to track-based public transport as well as an affordable transport option for those on low incomes

    Rectangle
     
     

    Cities and towns are being reimagined and redesigned to create streets for people, reducing the primacy of the automobile and providing alternatives to journeys by car

    Rectangle
     
     

    Logistics parks are linked to ports by rail lines and connect to nearby delivery networks

    Rectangle
     
     

    The next generation learn about how their travel choices shape the future of the world they live in and contribute to our climate emergency response

    Rectangle
     
     

    Construction of transport infrastructure applies circular economy principles and uses low carbon materials. All infrastructure is SMART, combining digital technology and data to manage and operate assets

    Rectangle
     
     

    Fuelling stations have a variety of options – EV charging, H2 and biomass refuelling

    Rectangle
     
     

    Improvements to the digital infrastructure has supported the roll-out of connected autonomous vehicles, while ride-hailing and other new transportation options have replaced car ownership

    Rectangle
     
     

    Thousands of new jobs have been created in the manufacture of EVs and parts, as well as cleaner fuels

    Rectangle
     
     

    Cycle/scooter networks support active travel

    Rectangle
     
     

    Car-free streets and public spaces encourage walking, cycling and outdoor exercise, improving physical fitness and mental wellbeing. Road fatalities in urban areas have fallen dramatically around the world

    Rectangle
     
     

    Huge investment in the production of sustainable aviation fuels is significantly reducing carbon emissions from long-haul flights

     
     
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    Fuelling


    Fuelling stations have a variety of options – EV charging, H2 and biomass refuelling

     
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    Shipping


    Shipping lines are transitioning to ammonia made using green hydrogen or methanol from biomass and captured CO2

     
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    Autonomous vehicles


    Improvements to the digital infrastructure has supported the roll-out of connected autonomous vehicles, while ride-hailing and other new transportation options have replaced car ownership

     
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    The next generation learn about how their travel choices shape the future of the world they live in and contribute to our climate emergency response

     
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    Trucks


    Trucks commonly powered by hydrogen fuel cells

     
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    Logistics


    Logistics parks are linked to ports by rail lines and connect to nearby delivery networks

     
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    Trains are safe, clean, reliable, affordable, accessible and fully integrated with other public transport modes

     
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    New jobs


    Thousands of new jobs have been created in the manufacture of EVs and parts, as well as cleaner fuels

     
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    Airports


    Huge investment in the production of sustainable aviation fuels is significantly reducing carbon emissions from long-haul flights

     
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    Streets


    Cities and towns are being reimagined and redesigned to create streets for people, reducing the primacy of the automobile and providing alternatives to journeys by car

     
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    Electric vehicles


    Parked EVs form battery banks to help stabilise local electric networks, while local charging points enable consumers to charge vehicles outside peak times

     
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    Public spaces


    Car-free streets and public spaces encourage walking, cycling and outdoor exercise, improving physical fitness and mental wellbeing. Road fatalities in urban areas have fallen dramatically around the world

     
    Rectangle

    Buses


    Low/no carbon bus fleets provide connectivity for people in areas with little access to track-based public transport as well as an affordable transport option for those on low incomes

     
    Rectangle

    Transport hubs


    Multimodal transport hubs link to public transport networks

     
    Rectangle

    Sky ports


    Sky ports for electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft are being built to move cargo and people

     
    Rectangle

    Transport hubs


    Multimodal transport hubs link to public transport networks

     
    Rectangle

    Walking and cycling


    City-wide walking and cycling networks are a common sight, and people can safely access most local facilities and services within a short walk or bicycle ride from their homes

     
    Rectangle

    Trains


    Hydrogen trains run on non-electrified lines

     
    Rectangle

    Energy


    Clean, sustainable energy – onshore and offshore – is generated to power our transport networks and modes, creating an effective net-zero system

     
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    Cycling


    Cycle/scooter networks support active travel

     
    Rectangle

    Highways


    Construction of transport infrastructure applies circular economy principles and uses low carbon materials. All infrastructure is SMART, combining digital technology and data to manage and operate assets

     
    Rectangle

    TDM


    Travel demand management (TDM) balances a transport network’s supply or capacity with demand from users. Real-time messaging and public information encourages people to travel less, at different times, by alternative means or via another route when necessary

     

    Like what you see?

    Find out how we can achieve it here.

     
 
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