1. Noticeable reduction in number of regular trips made by private vehicles.
2. Increase in the use of non-motorised mode of transport such as walking and cycling.
3. Improved mobility levels of special groups such as elderly, children, students and staff.
4. Efficient management of major private parking facilities.
1. Compliance of transportation users with safety laws and safe practices while operating or using any means of transport.
2. Making mass transportation means more secure and this may include application of the latest technology.
3. Enhancement of safety aspects related to transportation facilities such as roadways, bus stations, bus lay-bys, rail platforms and ferry stations.
1. Decreasing the level and impact of air pollution resulting from various modes of transport.
2. Decreasing the level and impact of noise or negative visual pollution resulting from various modes of transport.
3. Decreasing the level and impact of pollution resulting from discarded fuels, lubricants, tires, batteries and other types of wastes of transport modes.
1. Facilitate movement of people of determination.
2. Promote the integration of people of determination into society.
3. Applying standards and specifications to facilitate their movement in facilities and transportation means.
1. UITP will select candidate cities for this category and DAST Judging Committee will nominate the Pioneering City in Sustainable Transport based on certain criteria.
2. Target Audience: Cities of the Middle East and North Africa
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