Posts Tagged ‘climatechange’

Moving Toward Climate Resilient Transport

Stakeholders and international institutions are producing with great excitement reflections and guidelines for the development of climate-proof transport systems. Mobility is the lymphatic system of world economy, of services for citizens and quality of life. It represents one of the Disaster Risk Management tool that amplifies the need for robustness. The WB document frames in […]

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Climate Change and bicycle

Considering transport behavioral responses to adverse weather, bicycle is probably the most exposed to risk – as well as pedestrian mobility. There is some evidence that changes in temperature, precipitation and wind affect utility attached to bicycle use: rainfall and both low and very high temperatures decrease the number of cycling trips. This pattern appears […]

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