A Just Transition for Urban Transport Workers
16 Mar 2022
Issues and Experiences from Unions in Cities of the Global South.
A just transition in urban transport focuses on the need to make changes that reduce carbon emissions but at the same time combat existing inequalities. To meet the challenges of climate change justly, we must take into account the impacts on urban transport workers’ security and welfare, on the communities who depend on urban transport, and involve unions in ensuring workers experiences, views and demands are represented in the process.
23 Nov 2023
This statement has been agreed by organisations representing leaders of some of the largest cities, international climate initiatives, transport authorities and operators, supply-chain businesses
16 Nov 2023
This is the report of research commissioned by the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) from the Global Labour Institute (GLI) in Manchester, UK and Université Alassane Ouattara (Côte d
23 Aug 2023
The question of sustainable investment, funding and fares is central to determining if the future of our public transport systems will be one of slow decline and increased inequality or of improvement