by Lukasz Wyrowski (UNECE) and Baher El-Hifnawi (World Bank)
Efficiency is one of the four global goals framing sustainable mobility in the Global Mobility Report (GMR). The GMR posits that efficiency is crucial to ensure that transport demand is met effectively at the least possible cost.
Given that demand for the transport of goods worldwide is projected to triple between 2015 and 20501, the GMR claims that transport infrastructure and services will have an ever-greater role to play in meeting additional demand. Therefore, addressing inefficiencies must be a priority across the entire system of interconnected roads, railroads, ports, and airports, in any given area.
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