The transport sector is one of the main contributors to air pollution, greenhouse gases and CO2 emissions, specifically in urban areas, and is the only sector that has not yet achieved sustainability objectives. Thus, one of the main areas of sustainability plans in any city or country is transport sector sustainability aimed at providing comprehensive, affordable, less polluting transport services. Increasing concerns about emissions from the transport sector highlight the need for urgent actions in this context. Transition studies focus on these types of actions and plans. A multi-level perspective of low carbon mobility transitions focuses on analyzing the drivers and difficulties of transition at three different levels. The body of literature on transition studies is very young and is mainly focused on historical transition reviews and forecasting future pathways and scenarios. This research focused on identifying the dynamics of low carbon mobility transitions in current socio-technical systems and future transition pathways. We conducted a comprehensive review of related literature and interviewed stakeholders of urban mobility systems. We identified the driving and restraining forces and innovations of low carbon mobility transitions based on three different levels of the multi-level perspective.
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|Titolo:||A multi-level perspective analysis of urban mobility system dynamics: What are the future transition pathways?|
MORADI, Afsaneh (Primo)
VAGNONI, Emidia (Secondo)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||03.1 Articolo su rivista|