TRANSITIONING TO THE GREEN ECONOMY: THE ARAB TRANSPORT SECTOR POLICY BRIEF
Free (open access)
Volume 8 (2013), Issue 3
305 - 320
I. KAYSI & F.B. CHAABAN
This paper highlights the existing policies, current practices, and major trends for the transport sector in Arab countries, and then discusses their current implications on development, social integration, and the environment and the need to adopt non-conventional approaches and measures to provide transport systems that promote sustainable development. The paper explores the potential of developing policies, incentive measures, and green strategies to promote innovative practices for the movement of people and goods, including public transport and, as a result, eliminate the negative impacts from the inappropriate practices nationwide. The paper also addresses establishing a green transport infrastructure network at the regional scale.
Arab transport, environmental sustainability, green economy, green mobility, sustainable transport, transport policy.