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     SLoCaT Results Framework on Sustainable Transport SLoCaT Results Framework on Sustainable Transport is contributing to the following of the 19 Focus Areas proposed by the co-chairs of the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals:- Food Security and Nutrition;- Human health- Energy- Economic Growth- Infrastructure- Sustainable Cities and Human Settlements 
Author/organisation/coalition:
Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT)
Website:
http://www.slocat.net
Sector/Stakeholder Type:
NGO,NGO, Think Tank, Research/Academia, Development Organization
Email:
cornie.huizenga@slocatpartnership.org
Twitter:
@SLOCATCornie
Location of author:
INTERNATIONAL
Date of publication:
10/02/2014
Proposal :  SLoCaT Results Framework on Sustainable Transport

Summary : The Results Framework on Sustainable Transport describes the possible contribution of sustainable transport to the realisation of the post-2015 Development Agenda that is currently being discussed by a special Open Working Group of the United Nations General Assembly. This draft of the Results Framework takes into account the outcome of the 7th Open Working Group session on Sustainable Development Goals, which took place in New York 6-10 January 2014. This is a “living” document that will be updated from time to time up to September 2015 when the UN General Assembly is expected to make a final decision on the post-2015 development framework. The next update of the Results Framework is scheduled for mid-March after the co-chairs of the OWG have made public their stocktaking report and initial framework of SDGs and targets.

Updated-draft-Sustainable-Transport-Results-Framework-20-Feb-1.pdf  
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Goal :  SLoCaT Results Framework on Sustainable Transport is contributing to the following of the 19 Focus Areas proposed by the co-chairs of the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals:
- Food Security and Nutrition;
- Human health
- Energy
- Economic Growth
- Infrastructure
- Sustainable Cities and Human Settlements 

Targets and Indicators: Rural access target: Secure universal access by sustainable transport for rural populations by 2030
Process Indicator (2030 compared to 2010 baseline):
  •  Proportion of the rural population living within two kilometers of a road, motorable trail or other appropriate infrastructure providing all-year access (desired achievement:100% achievement of local access targets, special monitoring the poorest and remotest quintiles).
  • Proportion of rural population living within 30 minutes’ walk of appropriate formal or informal transport services (desired achievement:100% achievement of local access targets, monitoring poorest and remotest quintile).
Urban access target: Secure universal access by sustainable transport for urban populations by 2030
Process Indicator (2030 compared to 2010 baseline):
  • Mean daily travel time for individuals to reach employment, education, health and community services (desired achievement: less than 90 minutes per day for a return trip. Special monitoring poorest quintile).
  • Proportion of income spent by urban families on transport to reach employment, education, health and community services (desired achievement: less than 20% of household income for poorest quintile).
National access and regional connectivity target: Facilitate national inclusion and regional connectivity by sustainable multi-modal freight and passenger services by 2030
Process Indicator (2030 compared to 2010 baseline):
  • Logistics Performance Index for all countries at least 80% of countries to be a rating of 3.5 .
  • Double national long distance passenger mode shares by public transport and ensure half of future growth in regional passenger travel is accommodated by public transport on a global basis by 2030.
Road safety target: Halve the burden due to global road traffic crashes by halving the number of fatalities and serious injuries by 2030 compared to 2010
Process Indicator (2030 compared to 2010 baseline):
  • Fatalities due to road crashes (desired achievement: by 2030, reduce by half the number of fatalities due to road crashes compared with 2010 baseline of 1.24 million per year).
  • Serious injuries due to road crashes (desired achievement: by 2030, reduce by half the number of serious injuries due to road crashes compared with 2010 baseline of 12.4 million per year).
Air pollution and human health target: Increase share of urban population with air quality within WHO limits
Process Indicators (2030 compared to 2010 baseline):
  • PM10 and/orPM2.5 emissions from passenger and freight vehicles by 2030 (desired achievement: 70% reduction compared to 2010)
  • Phase out all transport related fossil fuel subsidies by 2020
Greenhouse Gas emissions target: Total world transport-related GHG emissions peak no later than 2020 then begin to decline at a 2% per year rate,with 2030 transport-related emissions no higher than 2010 emissions
Process Indicators:
  • Double fuel economy in all new Light Duty Vehicles by 2030, and in all Light Duty Vehicles by 2050 from a base year of 2005.
  • Travel share of public transport, cycling and walking (desired achievement: double the global share by 2030).


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