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Publications

The Urban Living Lab Center's website hosts a rich collection of policy papers originating from a variety of projects, including SOLUTIONSplus, SESA, Urban Pathways, and more. We're dedicated to fostering sustainable urban development that's inclusive and equitable for all. Gender equality is a pivotal aspect of our work, addressing issues like the alarming rates of sexual harassment women face when using public transport and the underrepresentation of women in the transport workforce. We aim to ensure that women and marginalized groups are empowered to participate fully in urban transformation efforts.

The Urban Living Lab Center's website hosts a rich collection of policy papers originating from a variety of projects, including SOLUTIONSplus, SESA, Urban Pathways, and more. These papers offer valuable insights into urban development and sustainable city planning. They serve as essential resources for policymakers and urban planners seeking innovative solutions for modern urban challenges. Each paper represents a distinctive perspective on key urban issues, providing a broad spectrum of knowledge and recommendations for creating more sustainable, efficient, and livable urban environments. This comprehensive repository of policy papers underscores the Urban Living Lab Center's commitment to fostering urban innovation and improving the quality of urban life.

The Urban Living Lab Center's website hosts an array of policy papers focused on low carbon urban development in Asia, originating from diverse projects. These papers offer critical insights into the challenges and innovative solutions across the continent. Covering case studies from India, e-bus adoption in Pune, e-cargo services in Pasig, and e-mobility scaling in the Kathmandu Valley, these papers provide essential guidance for sustainable urban development in Asia. This repository underscores the center's commitment to greener, more sustainable urban futures in the region.

The Urban Living Lab Center's website features a diverse collection of papers dedicated to Low Carbon Urban Development in Latin America. These papers encompass a wide spectrum of topics, including the uptake of electric vehicles in urban areas in Uruguay, scenarios for emission reduction through various bus technologies in Quito and Montevideo, and the economic viability of electric buses in key corridors within these cities. Each paper sheds light on unique challenges and sustainable solutions, contributing to the advancement of low carbon urban development in Latin America. The center's commitment to promoting greener, more sustainable urban environments in this region is evident through this extensive repository of knowledge and insights.

The Urban Living Lab Center's website offers a valuable collection of papers dedicated to Low Carbon Urban Development in Africa. These papers include the final report on the feasibility assessment for electrifying three-wheeled vehicles in Dar es Salaam, as well as data collection on internal combustion engine three-wheelers in the same city. Additionally, there's a study on electric bicycles in Rwanda, focusing on fiscal and regulatory frameworks. Each of these papers provides unique insights into the challenges and opportunities for low carbon urban development in Africa, exemplifying the center's commitment to sustainable urban solutions on the continent.

The Urban Living Lab Center's website proudly presents a range of self-archived papers from peer-reviewed journals, tackling vital topics such as decarbonizing the transport sector and the global climate governance's role in promoting land transport decarbonization. These scholarly papers provide in-depth analyses, policy options, and insights on the pathways towards low carbon and sustainable urban development. By offering self-archived publications of this caliber, the center contributes to advancing knowledge in these critical areas of urban policy and climate action.

The Urban Living Lab Center's website offers a valuable collection of papers dedicated to E-mobility solutions. These papers encompass various facets of sustainable urban transportation, including the promotion of electric vehicles, the implementation of Bus Rapid Transit systems, electric moped sharing programs, and the deployment of electric urban delivery trucks. These papers originate from the SOLUTIONS project and collectively provide comprehensive insights into cutting-edge solutions for urban mobility. They exemplify the center's commitment to fostering sustainable, electrified transportation options and improving the quality of urban life.

The Urban Living Lab Center's website is a valuable resource for funding support in the realm of urban development. The available papers include fact sheets detailing financing solutions from prominent institutions such as the Green Climate Fund, KfW Bank, the African Development Bank, and more. These documents offer essential insights into the financial mechanisms available for sustainable urban projects, providing a crucial guide for urban policymakers, planners, and project managers seeking funding to support their initiatives. The center's commitment to facilitating access to these funding opportunities underscores its dedication to promoting and advancing sustainable urban development.

The SOLUTIONS project papers available on the Urban Living Lab Center's website encompass a wide array of topics, ranging from urban mobility needs and policy barriers to the uptake of sustainable solutions in Asian partner countries. These papers provide valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities in the realm of sustainable urban transportation. Additionally, the project extends its reach and knowledge sharing, offering joint recommendations on policies and future research agendas for collaboration with Mediterranean partner countries. These papers collectively demonstrate the center's commitment to fostering international cooperation and knowledge exchange to address urban mobility challenges and drive sustainable urban development on a global scale.

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