The 9th COTA-World Bank Transport Forum held in Beijing
Big data, electric buses, self-driving cars, dockless shared bicycles. These are the buzzword at COTA-World Bank China Transport Forum as industry insiders, researchers and policy advisers exchange their knowledge and expertise in seeking of clean and intelligent urban mobility.
With nearly 60 per cent of China’s population now living in cities, transportation has become a bottleneck for further urbanisation as it is being linked to air pollution, traffic jam, as well as other social problems, said Xiaoke Zhai, World Bank’s Senior Transport Specialist.
“Yet new technologies are bringing in new solutions and new ways of thinking to tackle these problems. Changes to transform China’s transportation sector,” Zhai told the forum held in Beijing on July 8, 2018.
1 Agenda 9th COTA-WB China Transport Forum
2 Sustainability Assessment of Clean Vehicle Options
3 Big Data Applications in Urban Transit
4 China New Energy Bus Operation, Evaluation and Monitoring
5 Urban Transit Performance Appraisal and Best Practices in China