AoSUM Quiz

Video 1 – Stefanie Holzwarth, UN-Habitat

What is the desirable hierarchy of steps to be taken towards sustainable mobility in cities?
What is the share of transport in terms of global energy consumption and CO2 emissions?

Video 2 – Wolfram Auer, Doppelmayr

Integrated mobility is a prerequisite for sustainable urban mobility. Which of the following is NOT a condition to achieve integrated mobility?
Cable cars emerge as a viable alternative to other mass transit systems in urban environments around the globe. What is the passenger transport capacity of the latest models of cable cars?

Video 3 – Sergio Avelleda, WRI

Which measures can be applied to manage the demand in public transport and limit car-centred urban development?
The Discourse Media Study conducted in Canadian Cities refers to externalities from public transport and private car usage and gives examples. If walking costs you $1, society contributes $0.01 to facilitate this. In comparison, what is the cost to society of $1 of private car use?

Video 4 – Sergio Avelleda, WRI

The COVID-19 pandemic has severely affected public transport and mobility systems across the globe. However, it also presents unique opportunities. How many new jobs can a green recovery of the transport sector create?
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a renewed appreciation of walking and cycling as healthy transport modes. Which of the following is NOT a key requirement to stimulate walking and cycling:

Video 5 - Veronika Pliats-Shirzadi, KfW

International financial institutions and development banks have a vital role to play in supporting cities on their trajectory to sustainable urban mobility. What are typical conditions for being considered for support from such institutions?
Which of the following population groups is most dependent on safe public transport and non-motorised transport for their mobility?

Video 6 - Low Carbon Mobility Solutions

To meet the Paris Agreement objectives on mitigating climate change, by what percentage do passenger travel emissions have to be reduced by 2050?
Electric trains are known as a low-carbon mobility option. However, this is not the case in all countries around the globe. What is the main reason for this?

Video 7 - Data, innovation and smart mobility, Deutsche Bahn

Mobility data play an ever more important role in sustainable urban mobility systems. For what purposes can these data be used?
What characterises the desires of urban commuters?