Strategy Of Sustainable Development Of City Transport Systems

Anashkina Natalia Yurjevna, Juliater Simarmata


The aim of this work is to develop a strategy for the sustainable development of transport systems in big cities and to apply this strategy for Ekaterinburg city – the capital of the Ural Federal Region (Russia) in order to improve its economic, ecologic and social situation. The urgency of the study is due to the need for a unified algorithm with effective indicators (sets of indicators) for assessing the functioning of urban transport, its infrastructure systems and the architectural development and to find useful tools for city transport systems operation optimization in the direction of sustainable development.


green logistics; urban transport systems; sustainability; sustainable development; livability; ecology; economics; society; megacities; transit-oriented development.

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