Green Transport Strategy (2018-2050)
Objectives of the document include the following:
- Enabling the transport sector to contribute its fair share to the national effort to combat climate change in a balanced fashion, taking into account the DoT and the sector’s primary responsibility of promoting the development of the efficient integrated transport systems to enable sustainable socio-economic development;
- Promoting behavioral changes towards sustainable mobility alternatives through information, education and awareness raising;
- Engaging the low carbon transition of the sector, to assist with the aligning and developing of policies which promote energy efficiency and emission control measures in all transport modes;
- Minimising the adverse effects of transport activities on the environment, and
- Facilitating the sector’s just transition to climate resilient transport system and infrastructure
To achieve mitigation, they will increase investment in hybrid vehicles 20% by 2030.
To achieve mitigation, they will invest $513 billion in electric vehicles between 2010 and 2050
NDC commits S.A. to peak emissions at a specific range between 2025 and 2050.
2009 pledge to reduce emissions 34% by 2020 and 42% by 2025.
Contribute to national emissions reductions by 5% through the transport sector by 2050.
The vision of the GTS is to substantially reduce GHG emissions and other environmental impacts from the transport sector by 5% by 2050.