In this research we sought to understand how actors in urban transportation adopt climate change considerations into their work, including the techniques they use to address it, such as planning, design, analysis and advocacy in project planning and implementation. Through interviews
with transportation practitioners at the World Bank, working in Latin America, we found that efforts to include climate change mitigation in the urban transportation policy agenda encountered major challenges such as lack of support for interventions that slow motorisation. In response, these
transportation practitioners used relationships, expertise, advocacy and analysis to modify their practices to climate change concerns.
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urban mass transit
Document Type: Research Article
Department of City and Regional Planning, University of California, Berkeley, 228 Wurster Hall, MC 1850 Berkeley, CA, 94720-1850, USA
Center for Global Metropolitan Studies, University of California, Berkeley, 1950 Addison St, Suite 203 Berkeley, CA, 94704-2647, USA
Publication date: June 1, 2013
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