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A Just Transition for Urban Transport Workers

Report Published 16 Nov 2021

<p>10 points for a worker-led, democratic, publicly-led, gender equal and clean transition for transport in our cities.</p>

<p>A just transition in urban transport needs to focus on reducing carbon emissions and combatting existing inequalities. Urban transport is not only infrastructure - the buses, the subways, the taxis, the two-and-three wheelers. It is also the workers who run it and the communities who depend on it.</p>

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