On Oct 27, 2018, Xiong'an Group held a low-carbon transportation symposium in Xiong'an New Area, aiming to discuss the development of transportation in the New Area. International public transport expert Paul S. Custodio, World Resources Institute China Transport Program Director LIU Daizong and leading officials from Xiong'an Group Co. and Shenzhen Urban Transport Planning Center attended the BBS meeting. The meeting mainly discussed the transportation planning, transportation carbon emission, public transportation development and other related issues of the New Area, so as to provide a basis for the development of Xiong'an New Area.
The World Metropolitan Transport Development Forum (WMTDF), hosted by Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport, organized by Beijing Transport Institute and supported by the World Resources Institute (WRI) and many other organizations, was held in the China National Convention Center in Beijing from October 24th to 26th, 2018. Centering on "Green, Intelligent, and Shared Transport in New Era: Innovation and Governance", the Forum invited famous transport experts, scholars and representatives of transport organizations from New York, London, Seoul, Madrid, Tokyo and other metropolises around the world. Focusing on transport-related problems faced by metropolises worldwide, the participants discussed hot transport issues while taking into account of development needs in the new era, shared experience and latest outcomes of urban transport management, looked into future development trend and contributed recommendations for transport development in metropolises to jointly tackle transport challenges brought by urban development.
On September 20,2018, supported by the Children's Investment Fund Foundation and the Hewlett Foundation, the World Resources Institute (WRI) hosted a training workshop on low-carbon transport development in Guiyang, aiming at helping local government in Guiyang improve the capacity of drafting low- carbon transport policies and supporting sustainable and low-carbon transport development in the city.Over ten technicians from Guiyang Transport Research Center affiliated to Guiyang Municipal Transportation Commission and Guiyang Traffic Information and Emergency Response Center under the Transportation Department of Guizhou Province attended the training workshop.
From April 11 to 13, 2018, with the support of the Children's Investment Fund Foundation and the Hewlett Foundation, the C40 Urban Climate Leadership Alliance and the World Resources Institute (WRI) jointly conducted a training on urban greenhouse gas accounting and traffic emission reduction in Beijing. The purpose is to help cities understand the requirements of the International Standard for Urban Greenhouse Gas Accounting (GPC), provide technical support for peak path research at the urban level, especially in the transportation field, and discuss the formulation of energy-saving and emission reduction policies from the perspective of cost-effectiveness. More than 20 representatives from government departments, enterprises, institutions and research institutes in the fields of transportation, environment and energy in Beijing, Guangzhou, Wuhan, Nanjing, Qingdao and Hangzhou participated in the training..
The World Resources Institute invited experts from Britain, Denmark and Australia. Mr. Liu Daizhong, Director of the China Sustainable Cities and Transportation Project of the World Resources Institute, takes the advanced experiences of Denmark, Singapore, New York, the Netherlands, Utrecht, Sweden and Malm as examples to explore how to give full play to the legal priority of cyclists by changing the values of urban transport development. Planning innovation and pioneering role, street design details and speed up the construction of bicycle infrastructure to re-integrate bicycles into urban development, and analyzed the Seattle sharing of bicycle pilot management rules.
Full name of the forum is "Development Outlook Workshop 2016 on Transport Energy Conservation and Emission Reduction in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region under the 13th Five-Year Plan Meeting ", The " the 13th Five-Year Plan "period is the full implementation of the cause of socialism with Chinese characteristics," five in one "overall layout, to promote the transformation of the transport industry Upgrade, to improve quality and efficiency of the important period. 2016 is the start year of " the 13th Five-Year Plan ", the urgent need to increase Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei more understanding each other in the development of energy conservation and emission reduction ideas and strategies during the 13th five-year plan ,to unify the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region cities Transportation energy conservation and emission reduction development ideas ,to provide the three regions’ traffic energy conservation and emission reduction work in the coordination and in-depth development of the foundation during the 13th five-year plan .
The core themes of the 2016 World Metropolitan Transport Development Forum would be integration, sustainability and innovation of city transport clusters. The forum invites the mayors, representatives of transportation agencies and famous transport experts and scholars from the mega cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen and important cities in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region like Tianjin and Baoding to share their experience and wisdom for regional transport coordination and city transport management and build a communication platform for decision makers, experts and scholars in major cities.
The 11th Seminar on The Urban Transportation E-Forum in china - Practice and Discussion on Traffic Demand Management Policy, organized by the China Science Center of International Eurasian Academy of Sciences (CSC IEAS) was held in Beijing . Events invited from the Shenzhen Transportation Commission, the Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport, the National Development and Reform Commission and the reform and development of small towns and centers, as well as domestic transportation planning areas of well-known universities, enterprises, research institutes and academic institutions and other departments and institutions of experts and leaders To discuss how to use the economic, legal, scientific and necessary administrative means to manage the urban traffic demand, through the coordination of urban traffic demand management of strategic deployment and supporting institutional arrangements to build a comprehensive urban traffic control policy system to achieve the city residents travel Sustainability.
On September 6, 2015, the World Resources Institute held a seminar on the theme of “Congestion Mitigation and Emission Reduction Annual Workshop 2015 Policy and Public Communication” at the DoubleTree by Hilton Beijing.the World Resources Institute recently cooperated with the Beijing Transportation Development Research Center and the Beijing Traffic Industry Energy Conservation and Emission Reduction Center on the Clean Air Action Plan to conduct research on the slow-blocking emission reduction policy. The result. This seminar will invite experts from the UK, Singapore and domestic transportation and environmental protection industries to showcase and exchange research results and share advanced experience in the field of traffic slowing and reducing emissions, and provide reference for Beijing and other cities to control pollution control. And ideas.