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Use of fossil-fuel powered vehicles contributes to poor air quality, traffic injuries, and climate change, especially in cities experiencing rapid urbanization. To address these issues, cities need to both shift away from vehicle travel and shift to less polluting vehicles.

Low and zero-emission zones (LEZ/ZEAs) are growing in popularity as a strategy as many major cities work to reduce dependence on private vehicles and offer clean, affordable, accessible alternatives. But how do cities structure LEZs, what outcomes can we expect from them, and how do we measure success while ensuring equity?

Join our speakers from around the world for this Twitter Space conversation to explore these topics and more, building on ITDP’s The Opportunity of Low Emission Zones Deep Dive report:

  • Dana Yanocha, Research Manager, ITDP Global
  • Parin VisariyaDeputy Manager, Inclusive Compact Cities, ITDP India
  • Santiago F. ReyesUrban Research Manager, ITDP Mexico
  • Michael TanuhardjoTransport Associate, ITDP Indonesia
  • Zoe Allen, Zero Emissions Vehicle Manager, C40 Cities
  • Francesco RipaPolicy Manager, European Cities Initiative, LSE Cities


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