New options for mobility and transport infrastructure in the post-carbon society

This article argues that we need to consider new options for mobility and transport infrastructure in a post fossil fuel society. It also argues that the path already taken by developed countries does not provide a route map for those that are following. How to deliver new options across the varying backdrops of the developed and developing world is the key question.

  • Information sheet

    • Date : 2013
    • Author(s) : HUBER Felix / FALK Michael
    • Domain(s) : Road Policies / Environment
    • PIARC Ref. : RR357-034
    • Number of pages : 10
  • This article has been published in the Routes/Roads magazine

    N° 357

    1er trimestre 2013 / Janvier

    Changement climatique et enjeux énergétiques

This site uses cookies to optimize its operation. They allow you to securely access your personal space and download our publications. You accept their use by clicking on the "Continue" button.