ISO/TR 16497-1:2024

International Standard   Current Edition
· Approved on 15 January 2024 ·

Sustainable mobility and transportation — Sustainable mobility services — Part 1: Use cases

Environmental economics. Sustainability
Including responsible sourcing, procurement, sustainable development, sustainable events management, sustainable communities, smart urban infrastructure, biodiversity

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ISO/TR 16497-1:2024 Scope

This document compiles use cases for the implementation of sustainable mobility services. The collected data will be analysed to identify issues for international standardization.

This document focuses on use cases that aim to implement sustainable transport services. The use cases considered are at the city scale or metropolitan scale, aligned with the scope of smart cities and communities. The use cases encompass land transport, water transport, and air transport for both passengers and freight.

Ideas related to connection and integration, including demand-side, supply-side, and policy framework aspects, are included.

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